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We should guard against formality in sing- 
ing. Therefore, 

1. Choose such hymns as are proper for the 
occasion, and do not sing too much at once — - 
seldom more than four or five stanzas. 

2. Have the tune suited to the sentiment, 
and do not suffer the people to sing too slow. 

3. In every society it shall be the duty of 
the preacher in charge to see that due attention 
be given to the cultivation of vocal and sacred 
music. 

4. If he, himself, can not sing, let one or 
two be chosen in each society to lead the sing- 
ing. 

5. As singing is a part of divine worship, 
in which all ought to unite, therefore exhort 
every person in the congregation to sing, not 
one in ten only. 

6. In no case let there be instrumental mu- 
sic or choir singing in our public worship. 

7. Let the preacher in charge see that in all 
cases the Free Methodist Hymnal be used in the 
regular services. — Dis., par. 81, page 41. 



Ordered to be inserted in all copies of hymnal by the 
General Conference of 1923. 



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Order of Public Olorsbip 



The following order is chiefly based on directions given in the Free 

Methodist Discipline; 

(Let all our services begin exactly at the time appointed, and let all our 
people kneel in silent prayer on entering the sanctuary.) 

I. Singing from The Free Methodist Hymnal, the people standing. 

II. Prayer, concluding with the Lord's Prayer, repeated audibly by all 
both minister and people kneeling, 

III. Scripture Lessons from both the Old and New Testaments. 

IV. Singing from The Free Methodist Hymnal, the people standing. 
V. Notices, followed by Collection. 

VI. The Sermon. 

VII. Prayer, both minister and people kneeling. 

VIII. Singing from The Free Methodist Hymnal, the people standing. 

IX. Doxology and the Apostolic Benediction (II Cor, 13: 14). 



NoiE. — The foregoing may be abridged for afternoon or evening by omitting 
one of the Scripture Lessons; also by the omission of singing from 
the Hymnal after the rinal prayer. 



T-v ( 1. 1924 



Methodist Hymnal 



Published by Authority of the General 

Conference of the Free Methodist 

Church of North America 



/ ivill sing with the spirit^ and / will sing with the understanding also,- 

J Cor. 14 : ii). 



THE FREE METHODIST PUBLISHING HOUSE 
1132 Washington Boulevard, Chicago 



Copyright 1910 
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The Free Methodist Church is to be congratulated on being provided with 
such an excellent Hymnal as the Commission to which the work of revising its 
Hymn Book and setting all the hymns "to appropriate music" was committed, 
herewith presents. Their labors in connection therewith have been arduous, 
and we now take much satisfaction in commending the fruit of their toil to the 
Church at large, and expressing the hope that for many years to come it will 
prove an invaluable inspiration to spiritual worship among all our people. 

We also note with pleasure that this book has been adopted by our sister 
denomination, the Wesleyan Methodist Connection (Church), as its official 
Hymnal. The use of a common Hymnal by the two denominations will be a 
fitting testimony to the world that, while differing 'as to matters of lesser im- 
portance, we are agreed in respect to doctrine and worship as embodied in the 
hymns herewith presented. 

The instructions given by the General Conference required the reduction 
of the number of hymns m the old book by several hundred; and the general 
demand for the introduction of certain modern hymns that are popular with 
our people as well as with the more general public necessitated the elimi- 
nation of a considerable number more. Still we find that most of the hymns 
hitherto in common use among us have been retained, which is a gratifying 
feature of this book; ana we are also well pleased with the general character 
of the new hymns that ha\'e been introduced. 

We have noted with particular satisfaction the prominence herein given to 
the hymns of the Wesleys. In this the Commission has recognized the su^ 
perior worth of their productions, not only from a literary viewpoint, but with 
reference to their general soundness of doctrine and their embodiment of ex- 
perimental religion as well. We are also pleased with the number and variety 
of hymns relating to the various phases of Christian experience, particularly 
of those classified under Entire Sanctification. This will undoubtedly be 
highly acceptable to the Church generally. The Commission has also wisely 
anticipated the needs of the Church in respect to hymns for social worship, 
as also respecting hymns suitable for revival services, camp-meetings, and out- 
of-door services in general. 

The generally high standard of the hymns in this collection should com- 
mend it to all our societies throughout the connection. Much that is sung in 
these daj^s is degenerate verse at best, and is as unsound in doctrine as it is be- 
neath the standard of true poetry. This book is remarkably free from all that 



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is sensational and unsound, and so is well adapted to improving the taste of 
the congregations vi'hich use it for hymns of genuine merit. 

Very few alterations have been made in the texts of the hymns selected, 
and those few have generally been in the nature of restoring the hymns to 
their original forms. Occasionally, where the sense would remain unaltered, 
a word or expression has been changed in order to render a line more singable, 
but the commission wisely determined not to undertake anything like arbitra- 
ry alterations. 

In the selection of music it was a rule of the Commission that hymns 
should not be divorced from tunes to which long and general use had wedded 
them, except in such special cases as might seem to justify it, a rule which 
will be generally approved. In case of a few familiar hymns alternate tunes 
have been provided, in some cases with a view to affording better musical ex- 
pression to the words than is furnished by the more familiar tunes, and in 
others because popular taste is about evenly divided as to the comparative 
merits of the tunes in their adaptation to the hymns in question. A limited 
number of new tunes by modern composers have been introduced, but in these, 
as also in the selection of all the music, the aim has been to employ only such 
tunes as were found by careful testing to be devotional in character, compati- 
ble with the hymns to which they are united, and well adapted to congrega- 
tional singing. 

The value of a carefully compiled Hymnal can scarcely be overestimated. 
The hymns of such a volume have been selected from the sacred poetry of 
all ages and of many countries, and "so rich and abundant is the material that 
only the best lyrics of the best poets can find a permanent place in them." 
Hence the literary value of such a production is of no small importance. Then, 
too, there is a doctrinal value in such a book which few can adequately appre- 
ciate. The theology of the Church's hymns is scarcely less important than 
that of her Articles of Faith. One of the most successful ways to indoctrinate 
the masses is to set them to singing the doctrines in which you wish them to 
become grounded. It has been suggested that more people of to-day get 
their theology from the hymns they sing than from the creeds of their respec- 
tive churches. Again, there are few volumes equal to a good Hymnal as an 
aid to private devotion. In the hymns of such-a collection every phase of 
Christian experience finds beautiful and helpful rythmic expression, as also 
well-nigh every plaint and yearning of penitent and believing hearts. Nearly 
every hymn has had an origin in some joyous or pathetic experience of its au- 
thor which makes it voice the feelings of universal humanity in like conditions, 
and thereby fits it for a mission of inspiration and helpfulness to others. 
These are some of the considerations which, aside from its value as an inspira- 
tion to public worship, should commend such a volume to all classes. 

It is with pleasure, therefore, that we unite in recommending the use of 
this Hymnal by all our churches. Moreover, we deem it suitable here to re- 



ADDRESS \ 

mind all our Preachers and Oflficial Boards of the requirement in our Book of 
Discipline that "the Free Methodist Hymn Book be used in the regular serv- 
ices." If this be done, and if the other directions prescribed in paragraph 6i 
of the Discipline be complied with, we are confident that the Hymnal will 
prove an invaluable blessing to the Church in improving our services of song 
with respect to variety, taste, spirituality and true effectiveness. 

Your servants in Christ, 

Edward P. Hart, 
Burton R. Jones, 
Walter A. Sellew, 
Wilson T. Hogue, 
William Pearce, 
Bishops of the Free Methodist Church. 



publfsbere' Statement 

- The Commission which prepared this Hymnal was composed of the 
tollowing persons: Wilson T. Hogue, William Pearce, William B. Olmstead, 
(ohn M. Critchlow, Benson H. Roberts, William H. Clark, Albert Yates, 
Thomas B. Arnold, Walter A. Sellew, John LaDue, David S. Warner, Jacob 
T. Logan, Albert Sims and A, T. Jennings, the last named person representing 
the Wesleyan denomination. 

The Commission elected William B. Olmstead, John M. Critchlow and 
A. T. Jennings as editors, and Thoro Harris, doctor of music, was chosen as 
musical editor. 

William B. Rose, 
Charles W. Steven: 



Classification 



Worship ^^^'^ 

Adoration and Praise 1-30 

Opening 31-35 

Closing 36-40 



The Trinity- 



41-47 



The Father 

Being and Attributes 48-51 

Providence and Grace 52-56 

The Son 

Incarnation and Birth 57-67 

Life, Cliaracter, Ministry 6S-75 

Humiliation and Death 76-84 

Resurrection 85-91 

Ascension and Intercessioii . 92-95 

Advent and Reign 96-108 

The Holy Spirit 109-123 

The Holy Scriptures 124-133 

Institutions of Christianity 

The Church 134-142 

The Ministry 143-153 

Baptism 154-159 

The Lord's Supper 160-166 

The Lord's Day 167-176 

The Gospel 

Salvation Needed 177-183 

Warnings and Invitations 184-220 

Repentance and Faith 221-244 

Provisions and Promises 245-255 

The Christian Life 

Justification and Regeneration. . . . 256-277 

Witness of the Spirit 278-286 

Aspiration and Hope 287-302 

Growth in Grace 303-308 



Consecration 309-332 

Entire Sanctiflcation 333-386 

Activity and! Zeal 387-401 

Conflict and Victory 402-421 

Trust and Confidence 422-450 

Unfaithfulness Mourned 451-458 

Watchfulness and Prayer 459-498 

Resignation and Consolation 499-510 

Peace and Contentment 511-523 

Rejoicing and Praise 524-544 

Love and Fellowship 545-560 

Time and Eternity 

Watch-night and New Year 561-567- 

Brevlty and Uncertainty of Life. . 568-575 

Death and Resurrection 576-600 

Judgment and Retribution 601-61(i 

Heaven and Eternal Salvation. . . . 611^646 

Special Subjects and Occasions 

Missions 647-66r. 

Dedication and Corner-stone Lay- 
ing 607-677 

The Family 678-688 

Children and Youth 689-69ii 

Charities and Reforms 697-701 

National Occasions 702-709 

Occasional Pieces, Chants, 
Doxologies 

Occasional Pieces 710-725 

Chants 726-733 

Doxologies 734-738 

Indexes pagb 

Tunes. Aphabetical 468-471 

Tunes. Metrical 472-17(; 

Authors of Hymns 477-480 

Composers 481-483 

First Lines of Stanzas 484-491 

First Lines of Hymns 492-49t 



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3. Your loft - y themes, ye mor-tals, bring; In scngs of praise di - vine - ly sing; 

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The great sal - va - tion loud pro-claim, Andshou. for joy the Sa-vior's name. 
In cheer-ful sounds all voi - ces raise. And fill the world with loud-est praise. 
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High as the heavens our voices raise: 

And earth, with her ten thousand tongues. 
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1 Before Jehovah 's awful throne. 
Ye nations, bcw with sacred joy; 

Know tliat the Lord is God alone; 
He can create, and he destroy. 

2 His sovereign power, without our aid, 4 Wide as the world is thy command; 
Made us of clay, and formed us men; Vast as eternity thy love; 

And vvhen like wandering sheep we strayed, Firm as a rock thy truth shall stand, 
He brought us to his fold again. When rolling years shall cease to move 

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He gives us all things, and withholds 
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And devils at thy presence flee. 
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Like the blest hour, when from a - bove We first received the pledge of love. 
Nor let our faith for-sake its hold. Nor hope de-cline, nor love grow cold. 
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Our hearts are open, Lord, to thee; 
And if thou seest aught unclean, 

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The piercing wit, the active limb? 
All are too mean delights for him. 

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To make us in the realms di - vine Like thine own an -gels round thee shine. 
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The song that never endeth. 

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The same sweet theme endeavor; 

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Keep on the song forever! 

Safe in the same dear dwelling-place, 

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All music but its own ! 
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Of him who died for thee, 
And hail hitr as thy matchless King 

Through all eternity. 

2 Crown him the Lord of love ! 

Behold his hands and side, — 
Rich wounds, yet visible above, 

In beauty glorified. 
No angel in the sky 

Can fully bear that sight, 
But downward bends his burning eye 

At mysteries so great. 



Crown him the Lord of peace ! 

Whose power a scepter sways 
From pole to pole, that wars may cease. 

And all be prayer and praise. 
His reign shall know no end, 

And round his pierced feet 
Fair flowers of paradise extend 

Their fragrance ever sweet. 

Crown him the Lord of years. 

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Creator of the rolling spheres. 

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Disdain not, Lord, our meaner song, 

Who praise thee with a stammering tongue. 



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Thy courts with grateful fragrance fill: 

Still may we stand before thy face, 
Still hear and do thy sovereign will; 

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His blood availed for me. 



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are their tongues, But all their joys are one. 
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Spir - it send From heav'n, in Je - sus' name, 
word we hear, Each in an hon - est heart; 
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He lifts the mourner from the dust; 
In him the poor maj' safely trust. 

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5 O then, aloud, in joyful lays, 
Sing to the Lord Jehovah's praise: 
His saving name let all adore. 
From age to age, forevermore. 



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Cheered by hope, and daily strengthened, 
May we run, nor weary be; 

Till thy glory 
Without cloud in heaven we see. 



All thy people shall adore; 
Sharing then in rapture greater 
Than they could conceive before: 

Full enjoyment. 
Full and pure, forevermore. 



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2. Lord, on thee our souls de - pend; 

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Fill our hearts with thy rich grace. 
Lord, we know not how to go, 
Let thy Spir - it now im - part 



Shall we seek thee, Lord, in vain ? 
Tune our lips to sing thy praise. 
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Those that are cast down lift up ; 
Make them strong in faith and hope. 

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Thee, a gracious God and kind; 
Heal the sick, the captive free; 
Let us all rejoice in thee. 



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4 O Holy Ghost, the Lord and the Life-giver, 

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From thee has flowed, as from a pleasant river, 
Our plenty, wealth, prosperity and peace. 

5 O Lord our God, with heart and voice adoring. 

Praise we the goodness crowning all our days; 
Pray we that thou wilt hear us, still imploring 
Thy love and favor, kept to us always. 

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Subdue the rebel in our soul; 
Chase from our minds the subtle foe. 
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Protect and guide us in the way. 

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Charles Wesley 



Immortal honors, endless fame, 

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He tells us we're weak — our hope is in vain, The good that we seek we 
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Whose forms are bending low, 
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Come swiftly on the wing: 
O rest beside the weary road, 

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By prophet bards foretold. 
When with the ever-circling 5'ears 

Comes round the age of gold: 
When Peace shall over all the earth 

Its ancient splendors fling. 
And the whole world give back the song 

Which now the angels sing. 



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2. In heav'n the rapturous song began, And sweet ser-aph-ic fire Thro' all the 

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Redeemer, Brother, Friend! 
Though earth and time and life shall fail. 

Thy praise shall never end. 



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"Glory to God on high!" 
Good-will and peace are now complete, 
Jesus was born to die. 



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Hasten, mortals, to adore him; 

Learn his name and taste his joy; 
Till in heaven ye sing before him, 

Glory be to God most high. 



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Hark! hark! to God the cho- rus breaks, From ev-'rj' host, from ev - 'ry gem; 
Once on the ra-ging seas I rode, The storm was loud, the night was dark, 
Deep hor - ror then my vi - tals froze; Death-struck, I ceased the tide to stem; 

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And, through the storm and danger' s thrall Forever, and forevermore. 

It led me to the port of peace. The Star, the Star of Bethlehem. 

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And, gathered all above, 
While mortals sleep, the angels keep 

Their watch of wonderihg love. 
O morning stars, together 

Proclaim the holy birth! 
And praises sing to God the King, 

And peace to men on earth. 

3 How silently, how silently. 

The wondrous gift is given! 

So God imparts to human hearts 

The blessings of his heaven. 



No ear may hear his coming. 

But in this world of sin. 
Where meek souls will receive him still, 

The dear Christ enters in. 

O holy Child of Bethlehem! 

Descend to us, we pray; 
Cast out our sin, and enter in; 

Be born in us to-day. 
We hear the Christmas angels 

The great glad tidings tell; 
O come to us, abide with us, 

Our Lord Emmanuel! 



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2. It makes the wounded spir- it whole. And calms the troub-led breast; 

3. Dear Name, the rock on which I build. My shield and hi - ding - place; 

4. Je - sus, mj' Shepherd, Sa-vior, Friend, My Proph -et. Priest and King, 

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And cold my warmest thought; 

But when I see thee as thou art, 
I'll praise thee as I ought. 



I would thy boundless love proclaim 
With ever}' fleeting breath; 

So shall the music of thy name 
Refresh my soul in death. 



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Fromheav'n became, of heav'n he spoke, To heav'n he 
Come, wand "rers, to my Fa-ther's home; Come, all ye 
De - cay, then, ten - e-ments of dust! Pil - lars of 



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In hope of perfect love. 



Present we know thou art. 

But O, thyself reveal! 
Now, Lord, let every bounding heart 

The mighty comfort feel. 



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2. I'd sing the pre-cious blood he spilt. My ransom from the dreadful guilt Of 

3. I'd sing the char - ac - ters he bears, And all the forms of love he wears, Ex- 

4. Well, the de - light-ful day will come When my dear Lord will bring me home. And 



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sin and wrath di-vine; I 'd sing his glo-rious righteousness. In which all-per-fect, 
alt - ed on his throne; In loft-iest songs of sweetest praise, I would to ev - er- 
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last - ing days Make all his glo-ries known. Make all his glo - ries known, 
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Sing how he in - ter - cedes a - bove For those whose sins he bore. 
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And sweeter voices tune the song 
Of Moses and the Lamb. 



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2. God ru - leth on high, al - might-y to save; And still he is 

3. "Sal-va-tion to God, who sits on the throne;" Let all cry a- 

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an - gels pro - claim. Fall down on their fa - ces, and wor-ship the Lamb, 

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2. The blood of goats and l)ul-locks slain. Could nev- er for one sin a- tone; 

3. These fee-ble types and shad-ows old, Are all in thee, the Truth, ful-filled: 

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To purge the guilt - y of - f 'rer's stain, Thine was the work, and thine a - lone. 
We in thy sac - ri - fice be - hold The sub-stance of those rites re- vealed. 
And, on thy grand ob - la - tion cast, Its sa - ving ben - e - fits par -take. 



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sor - row. Thy pit - y with-out end? Lord, make me thine for - ev - er. Nor 
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I de-served thy place; Look on me with thy fa - vor. Vouchsafe to me thy grace, 
let me faith-less prove; Oh, let menev-er, nev - er, A-buse such dying love. 
Je - sus shall not move, For he who dies be - liev-ing, Dies safe-ly — thro' thy love. 



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Strike all your harps of gold; 
But when j'ou raise your highest notes, 
His love can ne'er be told. 

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'T is midnight; and for oth - ers' guilt The Man of Sor-rows weeps in blood; 
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Yet he that hath in an - guish knelt Is not for - sa-ken by his God. 
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Pardon for all flows f^om his side: 

My Lord, my Love, is crucified. 



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And gladly catch the healing stream; 
All things for him account but loss. 
And give up all our hearts to him; 
Of nothing think or speak beside: 
My Lord, my Love, is crucified. 
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And place my all of glory there. 
In his reproach most gladly share. 

In tribulation joying. 



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He hath himself in me revealed; 
For all my sins a pardon sealed; 

I feel his blessed favor: 
In him I do and will rejoice; 
I'll praise him with a cheerful voice. 
Until the theme my tongue employs 

In heaven above forever. 



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Cherubic legions guard him home 

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How high your great Deliverer reigns; 
Sing how he spoiled the hosts of hell. 

And led the monster Death in chains: 
Say, "Live forever, wondrous King! 

Born to redeem, and strong to save;" 
Then ask the monster, "Where's thy sting?" 

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Follow our exalted Head; 
Made like him, like him we rise; 
Ours the cross, the grave, the skies. 



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And crown him Lord of all. 

3 Sinners, whose love can ne'er forget 

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Go, spread your trophies at his feet. 
And crown him Lord of all. 

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Than sands upon the ocean shore, 
Thou hast for all a ransom paid, 
For all a full atonement made. 



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3. Sin - ners in de - ri-sion crowned him, Mocking thus the Sa - vior 's claim; 

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Je - sus takes the high - est sta - tion: O what joy the sight af - fords! 

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Claim the kingdom for thine own. 



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Who meet for glory are; 
Made ready for your full reward, 
Go forth with joy to meet the Lord. 

3 Go, meet him in the sky. 

Your everlasting Friend; 
Your Head to glorify, 

With all his saints ascend: 
Ye pure in heart, obtain the grace 
To see, without a veil, his face. 

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Shall soon the saints receive. 
With seraphs, thrones and powers. 
In glorious joy to live: 
Far from a world of grief and sin, 
With God eternally shut in. 

5 Then let us wait to hear 

The trumpet's welcome sound; 
To see our Lord appear, 

May we be watching found; 
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claim the Bridegroom near; Go, meet him, as he com-eth. With hal - le - lu - jahs clear, 
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Again in thy Spirit descend, 
And set up, in each of thine own, 

A kingdom that never shall end! 
Thou only art able to bless, 

And make the glad nations obey, 
And bid the dire enmity cease. 

And bow the whole world to thy sway. 



Come then to thy servants again, 

Who long thy appearing to know; 
Thy quiet and peaceable reign 

In mercy establish below: 
All sorrow before thee shall fly, 

And anger and hatred be o'er; 
And envy and malice shall die. 

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Shines the everlasting light. 

3 See the stars from heaven falling: i 

Hark, on earth the doleful cry. 
Men on rocks and mountains calling, 
While the frowning Judge draws nigh. 

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Shall the saints his banner see! 

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By the marks received for me. 

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Yes, the prize shall then be given, 
We his open face shall see: 

Love, the earnest of our heaven. 
Love, our full reward shall be; 

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Seek our only rest in Jesus, 

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Faith, our languid spirits cheering, 

Points to brighter worlds above; 
Bids us look for his appearing; 

Bids us triumph in his love. 



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Maj' our lights be always burning, 

And our loins be girded round, 
Waiting for our Lord's returning. 

Longing for the welcome sound. 
Thus the Christian life adorning. 

Never need we be afraid, 
Should he come at night or morning. 

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Come, Lord Jesus! quickly come! 

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Soon the reaping time will come; 

Heaven and earth together keeping 

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Waiting still for sweet release, 
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Breathe thy peace on all below; 
Bless, O bless this congregation; 
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3. By these may I be warned be-times; 

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Now the re - veal - ing Spir - it send, And give us ears to hear. 

Let us in Je - sus see thy face, And die to all be - low. 



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3. There, what de-light- ful truths I read! There, I be- hold the Sa-vior bleed: 



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His name sa - lutes my lis-t'ning ear. 



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Di - vi - ner won-ders of thy grace. 
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Through '^.ndless years thy praise prolong; 
Let distant cliraes thy name adore, 
Till time and nature are no more. 



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I sink in bliss-ful dreams a - way. And vi - sions of e - ter-nalday. 
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Bless the dark world with heavenly light: In souls renewed, and sins forgiven: 
Thv gospel makes the simple wise; Lord, clean.se my sins, my soul renew. 

Thy laws are pure, thy judgments right. And make thy word m} guide to heaven. 

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Her longing eyes are blest, 
A.nd the great Church victorious 

Shall be the Church at rest. 



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Yet she on earth hath union 

With God, the Three in One, 
And mj^stic sweet communion 

With those whose rest is won. 
O happy ones and holy! 

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Like them, the meek and lowly, 

On high may dwell with thee. 



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Timothy Dwight 



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To Zion shall be given 
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Her sweet communion, solemn vows, 
Her hymns of love and praise. 

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And God his works destroy, 

With songs thy ransomed shall return. 
And everlasting joy. 



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nev - er cease to love thee; Thou art precious in his sight: God is with thee. 



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God, thine ev-er - last-ing light; God is with thee, God, thine ev - er - last-ing light. 

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Source of be - ing and of love! Thou waterest all the worlds a - bove; 
sa - cred spring, at thy command, From Zi-on's mount, in Ca-naan'sland, 
by its banks, in or - der fair. The blooming trees of life ap - pear; 

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Their blossoms fragrant o - dors give, And on their fruit the na - tions live. 
And bear us, on thy gen - tie wave, To him who all thy vir - tues gave. 



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And all fear of want remove: 
Who can faint while such a river 

Ever flows our thirst to assuage ? 
Grace, which, like the Lord, the Giver, 

Never fails from age to age. 



Round each habitation hovering, 

See the cloud and fire appear 
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Showing that the Lord is near: 
He who gives us daily manna, 

He who listens when we cry. 
Let him hear the loud Hosanna 

Rising to his throne on high. 



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4. God from on high hath heard thy prayer. His hand thy 



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Be now om - nip - o - tent - ly near, To end - less a - ges still the same. 
Shouting, their heav'nl}^ Zi - on gain, And pass thro' death tri - um-phant home. 
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The fellowship of saints make known, 
And, O my God, may I be one! 
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For souls, which must for - ev - er live In rap - tures, or in woe. 

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Their healing wings display; 

And let their luster still increase 
Unto the perfect day. 



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5 Yea, let men rage, since thou wilt spread 
Thy shadowing wings around my head; 
Since in all pain thy tender love 
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And let all tongues con-f ess their Lord ; Let ev - 'ry knee to Je - sus bow. 

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The Lord makes bare his arm 
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Let every nation now behold 
Their Savior and their God. 



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The suffering Son of God; 

And let us see thee in thy vest. 

But newly dipped in blood. 

5 The hardness of our hearts remove, 

Thou who for all hast died; 
Show us the tokens of thy love. 
Thy feet, thy hands, thy side. 



6 Thy side an open fountain is, 

Where all may freely go 
And drink the living streams of bliss, 
And wash them white as snow. 

7 Ready thou art the blood to apply, 

And prove the record true; 
And all thy wounds to sinners cry, 
"1 suffered this for you!" 



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2. Je - sus, the name to sin-ners dear. The name to sin-ners giv'n; It scat-ters 

3. Je - sus the prisoner's fetters breaks, And bruises Sa- tan's head; Pow'r in - to 

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all their guilt-y fear; It turns their hell to heav'n. It turns their hell to heav'n. 
strengthless souls he speaks, And life into the dead. And life in - to the dead, 
love that compass me, Would all mankind em-brace. Would all mankind em-brace. 






6 Happ3', if with my latest breath 
I may but gasp his name; 
Preach him to all, and cry in death. 
Behold, behold the Lamb! 



5 His only righteousness I show, 
His saving truth proclaim: 
'Tis all my business here below. 
To cry, "Behold the Lamb!" 



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May each a liv - ingtem-ple be Hal - lowed for - ev - er, Lord, to thee; 
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Of such will heav'n con-sist. 
Thine may they ev - er be. 



To babes and suck - lings he ex - tends 
Young chil-dren in his arms he takes 
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The gift unspeakable impart. 
And bless the ordinance divine. 



5 Eternal Spirit, from on high, 
Baptizer of our spirits thou, 
The sacramental seal apply, 

And witness with the water now. 



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Give them to behold thy face. 
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They shall in thine image shine. 

5 Clothe them with thj- righteousness 
As their constant heavenly dress; 
Stamp them with thy purity, 

And from sin e'er keep them free. 



6 Then, made perfect in thy love, 
Ready here for worlds above, 
Let them all thy mind express, 
Be thy faithful witnesses. 

7 With thy Spirit all baptize, 
That they may obtain the prize, 
Make their own election sure, 
And the crown of life secure. 



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See, from his head, his hands, his feet, Sor - row and love flow min-gled down: 
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blood that Je-sus shed To raise our souls to heav'n. To raise our souls to heav'n 
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Thy flesh for all the world is given, 
And all may live by thee. 
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Through the dear Redeemer's name, 

Show thy reconciled face, 

Take away our sin and shame; 

From our worldly cares set free, 

May we rest this day in thee. 

Here we come thy name to praise; 

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1 Holy Sabbath, day of rest, 
Day of daj^s supremely blest; 
Wondrous boon on man bestowed 
While the light of Eden glowed; 
And, to man from Eden driven. 
Still the antepast of heaven. 

2 Holy Sabbath, hail thy dawn! 
Let all worldly cares be gone; 
Let unhallowed pleasures cease. 
And may holj', heavenly peace 
Fill all hearts, as now we raise 
Our united songs of praise. 

3 Holy Sabbath, breathe thy balm, 
And each troubled spirit calm. 
Who before the mercy-seat 



While we in thy house appear: 
Here afford us, Lord, a taste 
Of our everlasting feast. 

May thy gospel's joyful sound 
Conquer sinners, comfort saints; 

Make the fruits of grace abound. 
Bring relief for all complaints: 

Thus may all our Sabbaths prove, 

Till we join the church above. 



As an ever blest retreat, 
Heavy-laden and oppressed. 
Seeks for mercy, peace and rest. 

Holy Sabbath of the Lord, 
Hallowed by Jehovah's word. 
Gladden every soul to-day 
Toiling up the heavenward way; 
Unto all God's peace impart, 
With his joy fill every heart. 

Holy Sabbath, day of days. 
With loud anthems would we praise 
Him who sanctified and blest 
Thee as man's sweet day of rest: 
Laud him, all yo. sons of men; 
Angels shout, Amen! Amen! 

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3. Be - hold, we fall be - fore thy face; Our on - ly ref-uge is thy grace; 

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Nor flesh nor soul hath rest or ease; 
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Can turn my heart and make it clean; I know thou canst this moment cleanse; 

Purge out the inbred leprosy. The deepest stains of sin efface, 

And save me from my bosom sin. And drive the evil spirit hence. 



Lord, if thou wilt, I do believe 

Thou canst the saving grace impart; 

Thou canst this instant now forgive. 
And stamp thine image on my heart. 



Be it according to thy word; 

Accomplish now thy work in me; 
And let my soul, to health restored. 

Devote its deathless powers to thee. 

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Every grace that brings you nigh; 
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Let not conscience make you linger. 
Nor of fitness fondly dream; 

All the fitness he requireth 
Is to feel your need of him: 

This he gives you; 
T is the Spirit's glimmering beam. 



Come, 3'e weary, heavy-laden. 
Bruised and mangled by the fall; 

If you tarry till you're better, 
You will never come at all; 

Not the righteous — 
Sinners Jesus came to call. 

Agonizing in the garden, 
. Your Redeemer prostrate lies; 
On the bloody tree behold him! 
Hear him cry, before he dies, 

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Come, sinners, haste, O haste away, No God regard your bitter prayer. 
While yet a pardoning God is found. No Savior call you to the skies. 

3 Soon, borne on time's most rapid wing, 5 Now God invites; how blest the day! 
Shall death command you to the grave; How sweet the gospel's charming sound! 

Before his bar your spirits bring. Come, sinners, haste, O haste away, 
And none be found to hear or save. While yet a pardoning God is found. 



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3. But will he prove a friend in -deed? He will — the ver - y friend you need; 

4. Rise, touched with grat-i-tude di - vine, Turnout his en - e - my and thine, 

5. Ad - mit him, ere his an - ger burn; His feet, de-part- ed, ne'er re -turn; 



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The friend of sin - ners? Yes, 'tis he, With garments dyed on Cal - va - ry. 
That soul - de- stroy-ing monster, sin. And let the heav'n-ly Stran-ger in. 
Ad - mit him, or the hour's at hand You'll at his door re - ject - ed stand. 



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The wonders of redeeming grace. 



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Charles Wesley 



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"The dead's alive! the lost is found!" 



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Leave all you have and are behind; 
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And shows his wounds, and spreads his hands. 

And bids you turn and live. 

190 NAOMI C. M. 

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He will with blood efface; 
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. Be saved, be saved by grace. 



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Where sin and grief and death depart. 

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And hail him as our all in all, 
In happiness complete. 



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1 Sinners, the voice of God regard; 

'Tis merc3' speaks to-day; 

He calls you by his sacred word 

From sin's destructive wa}-. 

2 Like the rough sea that cannot rest, 

You live devoid of peace; 
A thousand stings within j^our breast 
Deprive j'our souls of ease. 

3 Your way is dark, and leads to hell: 

Why will you persevere? 
Can you in endless torments dwell, 
Shut up in black despair? 

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4 W^hy will \ou in the crooked ways 

Of sin and folly go? 
In pain you travel all 3- our daj's. 
To reach eternal woe, 

5 But he that turns to God shall live,, 

Through his abounding grace: 
His mere}' will the guilt forgive 
Of those that seek his face. 

6 Bow to the scepter of his word, 

Renouncing everj^ sin; 
Submit to him, j'our sovereign Lord, 
And learn his will divine. 

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Whose scepter pardon gives; 

Perhaps he may command my touch, 
And then the suppliant lives. 



5 Perhaps he will admit my plea. 

Perhaps will hear my prayer; 
But, if I perish, I will pray, 
And perish only there. 

6 I can but perish if I go; 

I am resolved to try. 
For if I stay away. I know 
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196 STOCKTON C. M. 
John H. Stockton 



Return, O wanderer, return; 

Begin thy long-sought rest: 
The Savior's melting mercies yearn 

To clasp thee to his breast. 



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life and vie - to - ry; 



To a-dore the all - at - o-ning Lamb, And 
By which we can sal - va-tion have; But 
'T is all their hap - pi - ness to gaze — 'T is 
New songs do now his lips em-ploy, And 



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Je - sus came the world to save, But Je - sus came 
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To bid their hearts rejoice 

In him who died for all! 
For all mj^ Lord was crucified; 
For all, for all my Savior died. 



O unexampled love! 

O all-redeeming grace! 
How swiftly didst thou move 

To save a fallen race! 
What shall I do to make it known 
What thou for all mankind hast done? 



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day the Sa-vior calls; 
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Oh, hear him now; With-in these sa-cred walls 
For ref-uge fly; The storm of jus-tice falls. 
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Come, and all is pardoned, 
My son! my son! 



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Un forgotten one! 
Here is rest and plenty. 
My son! my son! 

7 "Thou art friendless, homeless, 

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Mine is love unchanging, 
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3. The fear-ful soul that tires and faints, And walks the ways of God no more, 

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With here and there a trav - el - er. 

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The earth shall dissolve, and the heavens shall fade, 
"^he dead, small and great, in the judgment shall stand — 
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3. Will 3'ou come, will you come? you have nothing to pa J'; Je-sus who loves you best, 
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And what-ev - er j'our sin or your sor-row may be, Je - sus will 



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2. Sin-ners, turn; why will ye die? 

3. Sin-ners, turn; why will ye die? 



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From thy sin and woe, be free; 
Burdened, guilt}-, wounded, dying, 
Gladly will he welcome thee, 
Even thee! 



Every sin shall be forgiven; 

Thou, through grace, a child shall be, 
Child of God, and heir of heaven; 

Yes, a mansion waits for thee. 
Even thee! 

Then in love forever dwelling, 

Jesus all th}' joy shall be; ) 

And thy song shall still be telling 
All his mercy did for thee, 
Even thee! 



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you I call; The in - vi - ta - tion is to all: 
sin op-pressed, Ye rest -less wand Vers aft- er rest; 



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George F. Root 



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This is the Lord's appointed day; 
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And live for him who died for all. 



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4. Why do you wait, dear broth-er? 






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2. TheMas-ter is call-ing thee, sinner, 

3. As sum-mer is waning, poor sinner, 



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As long as the daj'-beam shall last; 







Oh! think of thy soul, that for-ev - er Must live on e - ter - ni - ty's shore. 

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1 Pass me not, O gentle Savior, 

Hear m}' humble cry; 
While on others thou art smiling, 
Do not pass me by. 

2 Let me at a throne of mercy 

Find a sweet relief; 
Kneeling there in deep contrition. 
Help my unbelief. 



6 If I ask him to receive me, 

Will he say me na}' ? 
"Not till earth and not till heaven 
Pass away. " 

7 Finding, following, keeping, struggling! 

Is he sure to bless? 
"Saints, apostles, prophets, martyrs, 
Answer, Yes." 



3 Trusting only in thy merit, 

Would I seek thy face; 
Heal my wounded, broken spirit. 
Save me by thy grace. 

4 Thou the Spring of all my comfort, 

More than life to me, 
Whom have I on earth beside thee? 
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2. Ye tempting sweets, forbear, 

3. Ye fair, enchanting throng, 

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Ye dear-est i - dols, fall; My love ye can-not 
Ye gold-en dreams, farewell; Earth has prevailed too 
Thou on - ly way to God: My former gains were 

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He doth not yet depart; 
He will not give the sinner o'er. 

Ready e'en now to save, 
He bids me come as heretofore, 

That I his grace may have. 



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I take thee at thy gracious word; 

My foolishness I mourn, 
And unto my redeeming Lord, 

However late, I turn: 
Savior, I j'ield, I yield at last; 

I hear thy speaking blood; 
Myself, with all my sins. I cast 

On my atoning God. 



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Amazing thought! unmoved I hear; 
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5 But power divine can do the deed, 
And, Lord, that power I greatly need: 
Thy Spirit can from dross refine, 
And melt and change this heart of mitii 



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2. At the sprinkled mer - cy-seat Let me find ac - cept - ance sweet; 

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Man - y now are seek-ing thee; Is there room for me ? 

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2. Pass me not, O God, my Fa-ther, Sin - ful tho' ray heart may be; 

3. Pass me not, O gra - cious Sa - vior, Let me live and cling to thee; 

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Witnesser of Jesus' merit. 

Speak the word of power to me, 
Even me. 

Have I long in sin been sleeping, 
Long been slighting, grieving thee? 

Has the world m}' heart been keeping? 
O forgive and rescue me! 
Even me. 



Love of God, so pure and changeless. 
Blood of Christ, so rich and free, 

Grace of God, so strong and boundless- 
Magnify them all in me, 
Even me. 

Pass me not, thy lost one bringing. 
Bind va.y heart, O Lord, to thee: 

Whilst the streams of life are springing, 
Blessing others, O bless me, 
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Lord, I'm com-ing home. 

Lord, I'm com-ing home. 

Lord, I'm com-ing home. 

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Charles Wesley 



6 I need his cleansing blood, I know. 
Now I'm coming home; 
Oh, wash me whiter than the snow, 
Lord, I'm coming home. 



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2. What is it keeps me back. From which I can-not part. Which will not let the 

3. I now be-lieve, in thee Com-pas-sion reigns a -lone; Ac - cord-ing to my 



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Sa - vior take Pos-ses-sion of my heart? Searcher of hearts, in mine Thy try • ing' 

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I sink, by dy - ing love com-pelled, And own thee con - quer - or. 

Gra-cious Re- deem -er, take, O take, And seal me ev - er thine. 

Set - tie and fix my wa-v'ring soul With all thy weight of love. 



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Thy only love to know, 
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6 My life, my portion thou; 
Thou all-sufiicient art; 
My hope, ni)' heavenly treasure, now 
Enter and keep m}* heart. 



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am, and wait-ing not To rid my soul of one dark blot, 
am, tho' tossed a - bout Withman-ya con-flict, man-y a doubt, 
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Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve. 
Because thy promise I believe, 
O Lamb of God, I come! I come! 



Just as I am, thy love unknown 
Hath broken every barrier down; 
Now, to be thine, yea, thine alons 
O Lamb of God, I come! I come! 



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Here let me wash my guilty soul 

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Into thine arms I fall; 
Be thou my strength and righteousuess, 
My Savior, and my all. 



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2. Thou, new heav'n and earth's Cre-a - tor, 

3. Still we wait for thine ap-pear-ing; 



Bor - ders on the shades of death, 
In our deep - est dark - ness rise. 
Life and joy thy beams im-part. 



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Come, thou blest, exalted Savior; 
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By thine all-atoning merit. 
Every burdened soul' release; 

By the teachings of thy Spirit, 
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3. By thy lone - ly hour of prayer; 

4. By thy tri-umpho'er the grave; 



By thy hu - man griefs and fears; 
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By the fear - ful con - flict there; 
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By the bit - ter tears that flowed O - ver Sa - lem's lost a - bode, 

By thy cross and dy - ing cries; By thy one great sac - ri - fice. 

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Sa - vior, look with pitying eye; 

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How would my fainting soul rejoice. 

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A life of joy and peace. Will be forever mine. 



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1 Lovers of pleasure more than God, 

For you he suffered pain; 
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And shall he bleed in vain ? 

2 Sinners, his life for you he paid; 

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That you might come to heaven; 
Believe, believe in Jesus' name. 
And all your sin's forgiven. 

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And thou art justified. 

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The sin -con-vin-cing Spir - it blew, And blast - ed ev - 'ry flow'r. 

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I saw my sins his blood had spilt, 
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Alas! I knew not what I did! 

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Where shall my trembling soul be hid? 

For I the Lord have slain! 



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This blopd is for thy ransom paid; 
I die that thou mayst live.' ' 

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In all its blackest hue, 
Such is the mystery of grace, 
It seals my pardon too. 



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Till late I heard my Savior say, 
"Come hither, soul, I am the way." 

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Lo! glad I come; and thou, blest Lamb, 
Shalt take me to thee as I am ; 
Nothing but sin have I to give, 
Nothing but love shall I receive. 
Then will I tell to sinners round, 
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'Tis mercy all! let earth adore: 
Let angel minds inquire no more. 

3 He left his Father' s throne above, 
So free, so infinite his grace! 
Emptied himself of all but love, 

And bled for Adam's helpless race; 
'Tis mercy all, immense and free, 
For, O my God, it found out me! 



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Long my imprisoned spirit lay, 
Fast bound in sin and nature's night; 

Thine eye diffused a quickening ray; 
I woke; the dungeon flamed with light: 

My chains fell off, my heart was free, 

I rose, went forth, and followed thee. 

No condemnation now I dread, 
Jesus, with all in him, is mine; 

Alive in him, my living Head, 

And clothed in righteousness divine, 

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And claim the crown, thro' Christ, my own . 



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6 Faith lends its realizing light; 

The clouds disperse, the shadows fly; 
The Invisible appears in sight. 
And God is seen by mortal eye. 



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But lis - ten, be- lov-ed, he speak-eth: "My peace I now give un - to thee." 



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My sins are swallowed up in thee! 
Covered is vny unrighteousness. 

Nor spot of guilt remains on me, 
While Jesus' blood, thro' earth and skies, 
Mercy, free, boundless mercy, cries. 

270 BRENTFORD L. M. 6 1. 

I Though waves and storms go o 'er my head, 
Though strength and health and friends 
be gone, 
Though joys be withered all, and dead, 
Though every comfort be withdrawn; 
On this my steadfast soul relies. 
Father, thy mercy never dies. 

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By faith I plunge me in this sea; 

Here is my hope, my joy, my rest; 
Hither, when hell assails, I flee; 

I look into my Savior's breast: 
Away, sad doubt and anxious fear! 
Mercy is all that's written there. 



Fixed on this ground will I remain, 
Though my heart fail, and flesh de- 
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This anchor shall my soul sustait;, 
When earth's foundations melt away; 

Mercy's full power I then shall prove. 

Loved with an everlasting Love. 

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"Can a moth-er's ten - der care Cease to -ward the child she bare? 
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That my love is weak and faint; 
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O for ffiace to love thee more! 



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Dressed in his righteousness alone, 
Faultless to stand before the throne! 
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And cried, ' 'Oh! save me. Lord, from death, 

Immoital Jesus, hear me. " 
Then quick as thought I felt him mine, 

My Savior stood before me, 
I saw his brightness round~ me shine, 

And shouted, "Glory! Glory!" 



O sacred hour! O hallowed spot! 

Where love divine first found me; 
Wherever falls my distant lot, , 

My heart vshall linger round thee; 
And when from earth I rise to soar 

Up to my home in heaven, 
Down will I cast my eyes once more, 

Where I was first forgiven. 



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My glad soul mounted higher 

In a chariot of fire. 
And the moon it was under my feet. 



6 O the rapturous height 

Of that holy delight 
Which I felt in the life-giving blood! 

Of my Savior possessed, 

I was perfectly blest. 
As if filled with the fulness of God. 



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And testify to all mankind. 

And speak in every heart. 

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Inspire the living faith. 

Which whosoe'er receives. 
The witness in himself he hath, 

And consciously believes; 
The faith that conquers all. 

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When wilt thou ban - ish my complaints, And show my sins for - giv'n? 
And bear thy wit-ness with my heart, That I am bom of God. 

May thy blest wings, ce - les - tial Dove, Con - vey me safe - ly home. 

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2. He ev - er lives a-bove. For me to in - ter-cede; His all - re-deem-ing 

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His pardoning voice I hear; 
He owns me for his child; 

I can no longer fear: 
With confidence I now draw nigh, 
And, "Father, Abba, Father, " cry. 



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2. My Fa - ther, God! that gra-cious word 

3. Come, Ho - ly Ghost, thy- self im- press 

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an - gels heard 
Fa-ther's grace 
hum-bly cry; 



Dis- dain a -Fa-ther's name. 
Could so de- light my ear. 
I share a fil - ial part. 
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And Christ, and all with Christ, are mine. 
The tern - pie of in - dwell - ing God. 

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Attest that I am born again; 
Come, and baptize me now with fire, 

Nor let thy former gifts be vain: 
I cannot rest in sins forgiven; 
Where is the earnest of my heaven ? 



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Where the indubitable seal. 

That ascertains the kingdom mine? 
The powerful stamp I long to feel, 

The signature of love divine? 
O shed it in my heart abroad. 
Fulness of love, of heaven, of God! 



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Isaac Watts 



Mitness ot tbe Spirit 

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But spend the day, and share the night, 

In numbering o'er the richer joys 
That Heaven prepares for their delight. 



4 How oft they look to the heavenly hills, 
Where groves of living pleasure grow; 
And longing hopes, and cheerful smiles, 
Sit undisturbed upon their brow. 

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5 His love, surpassing far 
The love of all beneath, 
We find within our hearts, and dare 
The pointless darts of death. 



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And seek the glo - rious things a- bove. And fol - low Christ, your Head, to heav'n. 
In all his Fa- ther'smaj - es - t5% In ev - er - last - ing pomp to reign. 
And em - u - late the an - gel choir. And on - ly live to love and praise. 



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Ye nothing seek or want beside; 
Dead to the world and sin ye live. 
Your creature-love is crucified. 



Your real life, with Christ concealed, 
Deep in the Father's bosom lies; 

And glorious as your Head revealed, 
Ye soon shall meet him in the skies. 



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2. True, 'tis a strait and thorn-y road, And mor-tal spir- its tire and faint; 

3. O might- y God, thy matchless pow 'r Is ev - er new, and ev - er young; 

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But they for -get the might -y God That feeds the strength of ev - 'ry saint. 
And firm en-dures,while end-less years Their ev - er - last - ing cir -cles run. 

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While such as trust their native strength, 
Shall melt away, and droop, and die. 



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We'll mount aloft to thine abode; 

On wings of love our souls shall fly, 

Nor tire along the heavenly road. 



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O grant that noth-ing in my soul May dwell, but thy pure love a - lone: 
Un-wear-ied may I this pur-sue; Dauntless to the high prize as- pire; 
In suf-f 'ring be thy love my peace; In weak-ness be thy lovemypow'r, 



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glo - ry and leave me be - hind. 



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2. Who in Je - sus con - fide. We are bold to out - ride 

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What a concert of praise, 

When our Jesus' grace 
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5 "Hallelujah, " they cry. 

To the King of the sky, 
To the great, everlasting I AM; 

To the Lamb that was slain. 

And that liveth again — 
"Hallelujah to God and the Lamb!" 



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Thou great and good, thou just and wise. Thou art my Fa - ther and 
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And I am thine by sa - cred ties, Thy son, thy serv-ant bought with blood. 
As trav-el-ers in thirst-y lands Pant for the cool - ing wa - ter- brook. 
This work shall make my heart re-joice, And fill the rem - nant of my days. 



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It lifts the fainting spirits up, 

It brings to life the dead: 
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And you and I ascend at last. 

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The beatific sight ', 
Shall fill the heavenly courts with praise, 
And wide diffuse the golden blaze 

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3 We would see Jesus — other lights are paling. 

Which for long j^ears we have rejoiced to see: 
The blessings of our pilgrimage are failing. 
We would not mourn them, for we go to thee. 

4 We would see Jesus — this is all we're needing. 

Strength, joy and willingness come with the sight; 
We would see Jesus, dying, risen, pleading, 
Then welcome daj', and farewell mortal night. 
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Thy passion and death on the tree; 
My spirit to Calvary bear, 

To suffer and triumph with thee. 

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There only, I covet to rest; ■ 
To lie at the foot of the rock. 

Or rise to be hid in thy breast: 
'T is there I would always abide, 

And never a moment depart, 
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Thou, from hence my all shalt be. 
Thou art not, like man, un - true. 
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O 'tis not in grief to harm me. While thy love 



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Foes may hate, and friends disown me; Show thy face, and all is bright. 
Storms may howl, and clouds may gather, All must work for good to me. 
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Armed b}' faith, and winged by prayer; 
Heaven 's eternal day 's before thee, 

God "s own hand shall guide thee there. 
Soon shall close thy earthly mission, 

Swift shall pass th}- pilgrim days, 
Hope shall change to glad fruition, 

Faith to sight, and prayer to praise. 



Know, my soul, thy full salvation; 

Rise o'er sin and fear and care; 
Toy to find in every station 

Something still to do or bear. 
Think what Spirit dwells within thee; 

What a Father's smile is thine; 
What a Savior died to wiai thee: 

Child of heaven, shouldst thou repine? 



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Thee, my new Master, now I call, 
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Toil in the vineyard here, and bear 
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In heaven, at thy right hand, prepare; 

And till we see thee face to face, 
Be all our conversation there. 



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Charles Wesley 



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1. O Love, thy sov 'reign aid im-part, And guard the gift thy-self hast giv'n; 

2. Would aught on earth my wishes share ? Tho ' dear as life the i - dol be, 

3. What-e'er I fond - ly count-ed mine, To thee, my Lord, I here re - store; 




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And who for thee their all have given. 

Have nobly bartered earth for heaven. 

Saved is the life for Jesus lost, 

Hidden from earth, but found in God; 
To suffer is to triumph most, 

The highest gift on man bestowed; 
Seal of my sure election this — 
Seal of my everlasting bliss. 



Master, I have not learned thee so; 

Thy yoke and burden I receive. 
Resolve in all thy steps to go. 

And bless the cross by which I live. 
And curse the wisdon* from beneath, 
That strives to rob me of thy death. 

Thy holy will be done, not mine; 

Be suffered all thy holy will, 
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Salvation is full and all free, 

I glory alone in the cross; 
From the world it has now set me free. 

Its claims I can see are but dross. 



Go friends, that would keep me from him! 

Go jo)-s, that would share with his love! 
Go hopes, that would draw me to sin! 

Go all, that from him would remove. 
Come sorrow, if only in thee 

I shall cling to my Savior and God; 
Come scorn, and reproach, if left free 

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Of joy thou mightest know. 
I spent long years for thee; 
Hast thou spent one for me ? 

3 I suffered much for thee, 

More than thy tongue can tell, 
Of bitterest agony. 

To rescue thee from hell. 
I 've borne it all for thee; 
What hast thou borne for me ? 

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Down from my house above. 
Salvation full and free, 

My pardon and my love. 
Great gifts I brought to thee; 
What hast thou brought to me? 

5 Oh, let thy life be given, 

Thy years for me be spent, 
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Freedom, friends and health and fame, 

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O that I could all invite, 

This saving truth to prove; 
Show the length, the breadth, the height, 

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From him that dwells within: 

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4 A heart in every thought renewed, 

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A copy, Lord, of thine. 

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I Forever here my rest shall be, 
Close to thy bleeding side; 
This all my hope, and all my plea, 
For me the Savior died. 

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Fountain for guilt and sin. 
Sprinkle me ever with thy blood. 
And cleanse and keep me clean. 



3 Wash me, and make me thus thine own. 

Wash me, and mine thou art; 
Wash me, but not my feet alone, 
My hands, my head, my heart. 

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Tell me thy name, and tell me now. 

3 In vain thou strugglest to get free; 

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Art thou the Man that died for me ? 

The secret of thy love unfold: 
Wrestling. I will not let thee go. 
Till I thy name, th}' nature know. 

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Wilt thou not yet to me reveal 
Thy new, unutterable name? 

Tell me, I still beseech thee, tell; 
To know it now resolved I am: 

Wrestling, I will not let thee go, 

Till I thy name, thy nature know. 

What tho' my shrinking flesh complain; 

And murmur to contend so long? 
I rise superior to my pain: 

When I am weak, then am I strong. 
And when my all of strength shall fail, 
I shall with the God man prevail. 



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Yield to me now, for I am weak, ; 

But confident in self-despair; 
Speak to my heart, in blessings speak, 

Be conquered by my instant prayer: 
Speak, or thou never hence shalt move. 
And tell me if thy name be Love. 

'Tis Love! 'tis Love! thou diedst for me; 4 
I hear thy whisper in my heart; 

The morning breaks, the shadows flee: 
Pure, universal Love thou art: 

To me, to all, thy mercies move; 

Thy nature and thy name is Love. 



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I The Sun of Righteousness on me 

Hath risen with healing in his wings: 
Withered my nature's strength, from thee 

My soul its life and succor brings: 
My help is all laid up above; 3 

Thy nature and thy name is Love. 

tf Contented now, upon my thigh 

I halt, till life's short journey end: 
All helplesstiess, all weakness, I 



My praj er hath power with God; the grace 

Unspeakable I now receive; 
Through faith I see thee face to face; 

I see thee face to face, and live! 
In vain I have not wept and strove; 
Thy nature and thy name is Love. 

I know thee, Savior, who thou art, 
Jesus, the feeble sinner's friend; 

Nor wilt thou with the night depart, 
But stay and love me to the end: 

Thy mercies never shall remove; 

Thy nature and thy name is Love. 

— Charles Wesley 

On thee alone for strength depend: 
Nor have I power from thee to move; 
Thy nature and thj' name is Love. 

Lame as I am, I take the prey; 

Hell, earth and sin, with ease o'ercome. 
I leap for joy. pursue my way, 

And, as a bounding hart, fly home, 
Through all eternity to prove 
Thy nature and thy name is Love. 
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2. Is there a thing be-neath the sun, That strives with thee my heart to share? 

3. O hide this self from me, that I No more, but Christ in me, may live; 



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My vile af - fee - tions cru - ci - fy. 



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The Lord of ev - 'ry mo- tion there; 
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Chase this self-will through all my heart. 

Through all its latent mazes there; 
Make me thy duteous child, that I, 
Ceaseless, may Abba, Father, cry. 

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1 Come, Holy Ghost, all quickening fire, 

Come, and in me delight to rest; 
Drawn by the lure of strong desire, 

O come and consecrate my breast: 
The temple of my soul prepare. 
And fix th}' sacred presence there. 

2 If now thine influence I feel, 

If now in thee begin to live, 
Still to my heart thyself reveal; 

Give me thyself, forever give: 
A point my good, a drop rny store. 
Eager I ask, I pant for more. 



Each moment draw from earth away 
My heart, that lowly waits thy call; 

Speak to my inmost soul, and say, 
"I am thy love, thy God, thy all!" 

To feel thy power, to hear thy voice, 

To taste thy love, be all my choice. 



Eager for thee I ask and pant, 
So strong the principle divine 

Carries me out with sweet constraint. 
Till all my hallowed soul is thine: 

Plunged in the Godhead's deepest sea. 

And lost in thy immensity. 

4 My peace, my life, my comfort thou. 
My treasure and my all thou art. 
True witness of my sonship now 

Engraving pardon on my heart. 
Seal of my sins in Christ forgiven. 
Earnest of love, and pledge of heaven. 

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The glo - rious crown of right-eous-ness To me reached out, 

With me, I know, I feel thou art; But this can - not 

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Spring up, O Well, I ev - er cry; Spring up with -in my soul. 

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5 Who Jesus' sufferings share, 

My fellow-prisoners now, 
Ye soon the crown shall wear 

On your triumphant brow: 
Rejoice in hope, rejoice with me; 
We shall from all our sins be free. 



The word of God is sure. 

And never can remove; 
We shall in heart be pure, 

And perfected in love: 
Rejoice in hope, rejoice with me; 
We shall from all our sins be free. 

Then let us gladly bring 

Our sacrifice of praise: 
Let us give thanks and sing. 

And glory in his grace: 
Rejoice in hope, rejoice with me; 
We shall from all our sins be free. 



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grief ex -pire. Where fear and sin and grief ex - pire, Cast out by per - feet love, 
pow'r be-stow. Now, Sa- vior, nowthe pow'r be-stow. And let me cease from sin. 
faith im-part. To me the rest of faith im- part. The Sab -bath of thy love. 



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2. I want thy life, thy pu 

3. For this, as taught by thee, 

4. Let an - ger, sloth, de - sire 



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With full salvation bless; 
Redemption through thy blood I have, 

And spotless love and peace. 



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None but holy ones can enter 

Through the pure, celestial gate: 
Can you bear the thought of losing 

All the joys that are above? 
No, my brother, no, my sister, 

God will perfect you in love. 



May a mighty sound from heaven, 

Suddenly come rushing down. 
Cloven tongues like as of fire. 

May they sit on all around: 
O mav every soul be filled 

With the Holy Ghost to-day; 
He is coming, he is coming, 

O prepare, prepare the way. 



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"When each glad heart its trib - ute pays Of love and grat - i - tude and praise. 
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3. My will be swal-lowed up in thee; Light in thy light still may I see, 

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Hal - low thy great and glorious name, And perfect ho - li - ness in me. 

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En - ter in - to the promised rest, The Ca-naan of thy per - feet love! 



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3. Thy mouth, O Lord, hath spoke, hath sworn. That I shall serve thee without fear, 

4. All things are pos - si- ble to God, To Christ, the pow'r of God in man. 



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The serv-ant as his Lord shall be; All things are pos - si - ble to me. 

And wit-riess, from all sin set free. All things are pos - si - ble to me. 



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4 Savior, where'er thy steps I see. 
Dauntless, untired, I follow thee; 
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Our words are lost, nor will we know. 
Nor will we think of aught beside. 
My Lord, my Love, is crucified. 



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Thou art and still shalt be: 
Jesus is thy seven-fold shield; 

Jesus is thy flaming sword. 
Earth and hell and sin shall yield 

To God 's almighty word. 



In a land of corn and wine 

His lot shall be below; 
Comforts there, and blessings join. 

And milk and honey flow: 
Jacob's well is in his soul. 

Gracious dews his heavens distil. 
Fill his soul, already full. 

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O make me glorious all within, 
A temple built by God ! 



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Turn its dark-ness in - to day. 

In thine im - age let me shine. 
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Be no more to sin inclined; 
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My joy, my heaven on earth, be this, 

To hear the Bridegroom 's voice. 

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O that I could, with favored John, 
Recline my weary head upon 

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From care and sin and sorrow free, 
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See all the land below: 
Rivers of milk and honey rise, 
And all the fruits of paradise 

In endless plenty grow. 

3 A land of corn and wine and oil, 
Favored with God's peculiar smile. 

With every bleissing blest; 
There dwells the Lord our Righteousness, 
And keeps his own .in perfect peace. 

And everlasting rest. 



4 O that I might at once go up; 
No more on this side Jordan stop. 

But now the land possess; 
This moment end my legal years. 
Sorrows and sins and doubts and fears, 

A howling wilderness! 

5 Now, O my Joshua, bring me in! , 
Cast out thy foes; the inbred sin, 

The carnal mind remove; 
The purchase of thy death divide, 
And, oh, with all the sanctified 

Give me a lot of love! 



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I feel re - bel - lion still a - live, And wan-der while I pray. 

Do thou thy maj - es - ty re - veal, And o - ver-come my sin. 

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Let thy every servant say, 
I have now obtained the power, 
Born of God to sin no more. 



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Till we cast our crowns be - fore thee, Lost in won-der, love and praise. 



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And I love to follow Jesus, 

Gladly counting all but dross, 
Worldly honors all forsaking 

For the glory of the cross. 



O the cross has wondrous glory! 

Oft I've proved this to be true; 
When I'm in the way so narrow, 

I can see a pathway through; 
And how sweetly Jesus whispers: 

Take the cross, thou needst not fear, 
For I 've trod this way before thee, 

And the glory lingers near. 



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Je - sus, our great High Priest, Hath full at-one-ment made; Ye wear-y spir-its, 
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The year of jubilee is come! 
Return, ye ransomed sinners, home. 

389 LEIGHTON S. M. 
Lydia H. Sigourney 



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The news of heavenly grace; 

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The year of jubilee is come! 

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Work, for daylight flies. 
Work till the last beam fadeth, 

Fadeth to shine no more; 
Work while the night is darkening 

When man's work is o'er. 



Work, for the night is coming — 

Soon must thy work be done. 
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All thou hast begun. 
Work ere thy strength shall fail thee, 

And thou canst work no more; 
Work, for life's day is ending, 

And will soon be o'er. 



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And here thy glory see; 
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To exercise their grace, 
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Ever wear a starry crown. 



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When that illustrious day shall rise, 

And all thy armies shine, 
In robes of victory through the skies, 

The glory shall be thine. 



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On flowery beds of ease, 
While others fought to win the prize. 

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1 Urge on your rapid course. 

Ye blood-besprinkled bands; 
The heavenly kingdom suffers force; 
'Tis seized by violent hands: 

2 See there the starry crown 

That glitters through the skies; 
Satan, the world, and sin, tread down 
And take the glorious prize. 

3 Through much distress and pain, 

Through many a conflict here, 
Through blood, ye must the entrance gain, 
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1 My soul, be on thy guard; 

Ten thousand foes arise; 
The hosts of sin are pressing nard 
To draw thee from the skies. 

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To hate the sin with all my heart, 
But still the sinner love. 



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Who all your toil foreknew, 
"Toil ye shall have, yet all despise; 
I have o'ercome for you. " 

5 The world cannot withstand 

Its ancient Conqueror; 
The world must sink beneath the Hand 
Which arms us for the war, 

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Before our faith they fall; 
Jesus hath died for you and me; 
Believe, and conquer all. 

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Nor lay thine armor down; 
The work of faith will not be done, 
Till thou obtain the crown. 

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3. Like a might-y ar - my Moves the church of God; Broth-ers, we are 

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With right-eous-ness a breast-plate meet, And faith's broad shield before him spread; 
Un - less, to foil his le - gion foes. He takes the tnist-iest weap - on, prayer. 
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3. Me to re-trieve from Sa-tan 's hands, Me from this e - vil world to free, 

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Satan shall be subdued; 
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Believe, till freed from sin's remains; 

Believe yourselves to heaven. 

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They throng the air, and darken heaven, 

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The rivers of sorrow shall not overflow; 
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My grace, all-sufiicient, shall be thy supply; 
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Thy dross to consume, and thy gold to refine. 
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And the fearful breakers roar 
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May I hear thee say to me, 
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Left but a dis-mal void, Je - sus has sat-is-fied, Je - sus is 

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To fer-tile vales and dew - y meads. My wear-y, wand 'ring steps he leads. 

Thy bounty shall my pains be - guile, The bar ^ ren wil - der-ness shall smile, 

My stead-fast heart shall fear no ill, For Thou, O Lord, art with me still: 



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Where peaceful riv - ers, soft and slow, A -mid the ver-dant land-scape flow. 
With sudden greens and herbage crowned, And streams shall murmur all a - round. 
Thy friend-ly crook shall give me aid. And guide me thro 'the dread-ful shade. 



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2. In - ured to pov - er - ty and pain, A su£F'ringlife my Sa - vior led; 

3. But, lo! a place he hath pre -pared For me, whom watchful an - gels keep; 

4. Je - sus pro-tects; my fears, be - gone; What can the Rock of A - ges move? 



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I blush in all things to a- bound; The servant is a- bove his Lord. 
The Son of God, the Son of man, He had not whereto lay his head. 
Yea, he himself becomes my guard; He smooths my bed, and gives me sleep. 
Safe in thy arms I lay me down, Thine ev-er- last - ing arms of love. 



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Although the olive yield no oil. 
The withering fig-trees droop and die. 

The fields elude the tiller's toil. 
The empty stall no herd afford, 

And perish all the bleating race. 
Yet will I triumph in the Lord, 

The God of my salvation praise. 



In hope, believing against hope, 

Jesus, my Lord, my God, I claim; 
Jesus, my strength, shall lift me up, 

Salvation is in Jesus' name; 
To me he soon shall bring it nigh; 

My soul shall then outstrip the wind; 
On wings of love mount up on high. 

And leave the world and sin behind. 



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2. O heav'nly love, how pre-cious still! In days of wear-i-ness and ill; 

3. O wide em- bra- cing, wondrous love! We read thee in the sky a-bove; 



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re -ward thee doub-le. Crown with life be-yond the grave. 

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Let mountains from their seats be hurled Down to the deep, andbur-ied there. 
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There is a stream whose gen-tle flow Sup-plies the cit - y of our God, 



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Our grief allays, our fear controls: 

Sweet peace thy promises afford, 

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Secure against a threatening hour; 

Nor can her firm foundation move. 

Built on his truth, and armed with power. 



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And with the cha-stened psalm-ist own His judg-ments too are right: 

As - sured a - lone that life and death His mer - cy un - der - lies: 

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And so be - side the si - lent sea I wait the muf - fled oar; 

And thou, O Lord, by whom are seen Thy crea-tures as they be. 



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can come to me On o - cean or on shore, 

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Hangs my helpless soul on thee: 
Leave, oh, leave me not alone. 

Still support and comfort me: 
All my trust on thee is stayed, 

All my help from thee I bring; 
Cover my defenseless head 

With the shadow of thy vping. 

3 Thou, O Christ, art all I want; 
More than all in thee I find; 
Raise the fallen, cheer the faint, 
Heal the sick, and lead'the blind. 

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Just and holy is thy name, 
I am all unrighteousness; 

False and full of sin I am. 

Thou art full of truth and grace. 

Plenteous grace with thee is found, 

Grace to cover all my sin; 
Let the healing streams abound; 

Make and keep me pure within. 
Thou of life the fountain art. 

Freely let me take of thee; 
Spring thou up within my heart, 

Rise to all eternity. 



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I Commit thou all thy griefs 

And ways into his hands. 
To his sure trust and tender care 

Who earth and heaven commands: 
Who points the clouds their course. 

Whom winds and seas obey: 
He shall direct thy wandering feet, 

He shall prepare thy way. 



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Thou on the Lord rely. 

So, safe thou shalt go on; 
Fix on his work thy steadfast eye, 

So shall thj' work be done. 
No profit canst thou gain 

By self-consuming care; 
To him commend thy cause — bis ear 

Attends the softest prayer. 

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And my cup overflows. 

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Shall surely follow me; 
And in God's house forevermore 
My dwelling-place shall be. 



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Till amid the hosts of light. 
We in thee redeemed, complete, 

Through thy cross made pure and white. 
Cast our crowns before thy feet. 



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Nor let my hope be lost. 
Firm as his throne his promise stands. 

And he can well secure 



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What I've committed to his hands 
Till the decisive hour. 
4 Then will he own my worthless name 
Before his Father's face. 
And in the new Jerusalem 
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Re - veal - ing Je - sus thro' the word, Cre - a - ting faith in him. 

Of wear - y ways or gold - en days. Be - fore his face I see. 

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Engage to make me blest. 



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To frustrate his decree; 
They cannot keep a blessing back 

By heaven designed for me. 



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Whom, though still unseen, we love; 
Help us show the light to others. 
Show the light that leads above. 



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"I starve, " he cries, "nor can I bear The fam-ine in this laud. While servants 
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house hath large supplies, And bounteous are his hands, And bounteous are his hands 
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And spread the joj' around; 
The angels tuned their harps anew, 
The long-lost son is found! 



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Charles Wesley 






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2. Soon as the morn the light re-vealed, 
3 In prayer my soul drew near the Lord 

4. But now when eve-ning shade pre- vails, 

5. Rise, Lord, and help me to pre -vail; 



The Sa-vior's pard'ning blood 
His prais - es tuned my tongue, 
And saw his glo - ry shine. 
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Give what I have long implored, 

A portion of thy grief unknown; 
Turn and look upon me. Lord, 

And break my heart of stone. 



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The gracious wonder show; 
Cast my sins behind thy back, 

And wash me white as snow: 
If thy mercy now is stirred, 

If now I do myself bemoan. 
Turn and look upon me, Lord, 

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3. What peaceful hours I once en-joj-ed! How sweet their mem - 'ry still! 

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3. "I'll go and tell him all I've done, Fall down be-fore his face; Un-wor-thy 

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to be called his son, I'll seek a serv-ant's place. " 

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5 "O father. I have sinned — forgive!" 
"Enough," the father said; 
"Rejoice, my house: my son's alive. 
For whom I mourned as dead!" 



6 'T is thus the Lord his love reveals, 
To call poor sinners home; 
More than a father's love he feels, 
And welcomes all who come. 



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Let me a - lone, that all my wrath May rise, the wick - ed to con-sume; 
Fa-ther, we ask in Je - sus' name; In Je - sus' pow'randspir - it pray; 
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My Son is in my servant's prayer. And Je - sus f or - ces me to spare. 
Our guilt and pun - ish - ment re-move. And mag - ni - fy thy par-d'ning love. 
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Pray, if thou canst or canst not speak, But pray with faith in Je - sus' name, 
Fear- not, his mer - its must pre - vail; Ask but in faith, it shall be done. 

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And wait for thee, sweet hour of prayer. 

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Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayer. 

May I thy consolation share. 

Till, from Mount Pisgah's lofty height, 

I view my home, and take my flight: 

This robe of flesh I '11 drop, and rise 

To seize the everlasting priz'-\ 

And shout, while passing th ough the air, 

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O Sun of righteousness, arise. 

And scatter all their doubt and fear. 

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Thy blood shall wash us white as snow: 
Present us sanctified to God, 

And perfected in love below. 



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Charles Wesley 



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If I have ta-sted of thy grace, The grace that sure sal- va - tion brings; 
Still let him with my weak-ness stay, Nor for a moment's space de - part; 
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E - vil anddan-ger turn a - way, 
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In - spire, and then ac-cept, my prayer. 
And, hov'ring, hides me in his wings; 
And keep, till he re - news, my heart 
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Then dost thou cheer my sol - i - tude With hopes of heav'n,with hopes of 
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My spirit seems in heaven to stay; 

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No privilege so dear shall be 

As thus my inmost soul to pour 
In prayer to thee, in prayer to thee. 



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While glory crowns the mercy-seat. 



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My tongue be silent, cold and still, 
This bounding heart forget to beat, 
If I forget the mercy-seat. 



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In coming to a mercj'-seat! 
Yet who that knows the worth of prayer, 
But wishes to be often there ? 



3 Restraining prayer, we cease to fight; 
Prayer keeps the Christian 's armor bright; 
And Satan trembles when he sees 
The weakest saint upon his knees. 

> Prayer makes the darkened cloud withdraw; 4 Were half the breath that's vainly spent, 

Prayer climbs the ladder Jacob saw; To heaven in supplication sent, 

Gives exercise to faith and love; Our cheerful song would oftener be, 

Brings every blessing from above. "Hear what the Lord has done for me!' ' 

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My suf-f 'ring time shall soon be o'er; 



To thee, lo, now my soul I bow! 

Pro-tect me thro ' my life's short day: 

Save me from sin and Sa - tan's pow'r; 

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Truth di - vine, by Christ made known. All truth must thy re-flec-tion be; 
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My life with all thy graces crown. 



O Joy divine, by Christ possessed. 
For which he did the cross endure, 

Fill with thyself and make me blest, 
Contented, restful and secure. 



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1 Lord, fill me with a humble fear; 

My utter helplessness reveal; 
Satan and sin are always near. 
Thee may I always nearer feel. 

2 O that to thee my constant mind 

Might with an even flame aspire; 
Pride in its earliest motions find, 
And mark the risings of desire! 



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3 O that my tender soul might fly 

The first abhorred approach of ill. 
Quick as the apple of an eye. 

The slightest touch of sin to feel. 

4 Till thou anew my soul create, 

Still may I strive and watch and pray; 
Humbly and confidently wait, 
And long to see the perfect day. 

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And then, whate'er may come. 

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The Life, the Truth, the Way, 

The path of prayer thyself hast trod: 
Lord, teach us how to pray! 



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Awake my soul when sin is nigh, 

And keep it still awake, 

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Thomas Haweis, alt. 



If to the right or left I stray, 

That moment. Lord, reprove; 
And let me weep my life away, 

For having grieved thy love. 
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Then, with the saints at thy right hand. 



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O Lord, re-mem - ber me. 

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Lean on thy Redeemer's breast; 

He thy quiet spirit keeps; 
Rest in him, securely rest; 

Thy Watchman never sleeps. 



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Thy Keeper can surprise; 
Careless slumbers cannot steal 

On his all-seeing eyes: 
He is Israel 's sure defense; 

Israel all his care shall prove. 
Kept by watchful providence, 

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Lead me to my journey's end, 

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Love divine, th3'self impart; 
Every fainting soul inspire; 

Shine in every drooping heart: 
Every mournful sinner cheer; 

Scatter all our guilty gloom; 
Son of God, appear, appear! 

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Bring thy heavenly kingdom in; 
Fill us with thy glorious power, 

Rooting out the seeds of sin: 
Nothing more can we require. 

We will covet nothing less; 
Be thou all our heart's desire, 

All our joy, and all our peace. 

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Precious Savior, still our refuge. 

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Do thy friends despise, forsake thee? 

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Through this gloomy vale of tears; 
And, O Lord, in mercy give us 
Thy rich grace in all our fears. 

2 When temptation 's darts assail us, 
When in devious paths we stray, 
Let thy goodness never fail us, 
Lead us in thj' perfect way. 



Here in tender, grateful sorrow, 

With my Savior will I stay; 
Here new hope and strength will borrow; 

Here will love my fears away. 



3 In the hour of pain and anguish. 

In the hour when death draws near, 
Suffer not our hearts to languish, 
Sufier not our souls to fear. 

4 When this mortal life is ended, 

Bid us in thine arms to rest. 
Till, by angel-bands attended, 
We awake among the blest. 

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Nearer to thee! 



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Nearer, my God, to thee. 

Nearer to thee! 



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While flowers are wet with dews, 

Dew of our souls descend; 
Ere yet the sun the day renews, 

O Lord, thy Spirit send. 



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Before the morning's light, 
The Man of sorrows wept and cried, 

And rose refreshed with might: 
O hear us, then, for we 

Are very weak and frail; 
We make the Savior's name our plea, 

And surely must prevail. 

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Let me be sfill and murmur not, 

Or breathe the prayer divinely taught, 
' 'Thy will be done! ' ' 

3 What though in lonely grief I sigh 
For friends beloved, no longer nigh. 
Submissive still would I repl)', 

"Thy will be done!" 

4 If thou shouldst call me to resign 
What most I prize, it ne'er was mine, 
I only yield thee what is thine; 

"Thy will be done!" 



5 Let but my fainting heart be blest 
With thy good Spirit for its guest, 
My God, to thee I leave the rest; 

"Thy will be done!" 

6 Renew my will from day to day. 
Blend it with thine, and take away 
All that now makes it hard to say, 

"Thj' will be done!" 

7 Then, when on earth I breathe no more 
The prayer oft mixed with tears before. 
I'll sing upon a happier shore, 

"Thy will be done!" 



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Thy way, not mine, O Lord, 

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I dare not choose my lot; 

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Choose thou for me, va.\ God, 

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Take thou my cup, and it 

With joy or sorrow fill, 
As best to thee may seem; 

Choose thou my good and ilL 
Choose thou for me mj' friends, 

My sickness or vny health; 
Choose thou m}- cares for me. 

My poverty or wealth: 
Not mine, not mine the choice. 

In things or great or small; 
Be thou my guide, my strength, 

My wisdom, and my all. 

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Charles Wesley 



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4 I have no skill the snare to shun, 

But thou, O Christ, my wisdom art: 
' I ever into ruin run, 

But thou art greater than my heart. 



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4. Why what we long for most of all, 

5. God knows the way, he holds the key. 



It may be in the bet - ter land, 
And fin - ish what we here be - gan; 
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Why song has ceased when scarce begun 
Why hopes are crushed and castles fall, 
Some-time with tear-less eyes we'll see; 
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And then, ah, then, we '11 un-der-stand. 
; 'T is there, sometime, we '11 un-der-stand. 
Up there, sometime, we '11 un-der-stand. 
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2. When, passing thro' the wa - fry deep I ask in faith his prom-ised aid, 

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Love evermore expands her wings; 
Or, nestling in thy perfect choice, 

Abides content with what it brings. 



Upon God's will I laj- me down. 

As child upon its mother's breast; 
No silken couch, nor softest bed, 

Could ever give me such sweet rest. 
Thy wonderful grand will, my God, 

With triumph now I make it mine; 
And faith shall cry a joyous Yes! 

To every dear command of thine. 



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And high the storms of troub-le rise, And half o'erwhelm my sink-ing soul; 
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Like Mo-ses' bush I'll mount the higher, And flour-ish, un - con-sumed, in fire. 



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Here speaks the Com- fort - er, 
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2. The friends who in our sun-shine live, When win- ter comes, are flown; 

3. But Christ can heal that bro - ken heart, Which, like the plants that throw 

4. O who could bear life's storm-y doom, Did not his wing of love 

5. Thensor-row, touched by him, grows bright. With more than rap -ture's ray; 



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Their f ra-grance from the wound-ed part, Breathes sweetness out of woe. 
Come bright-ly waft - ing thro ' the gloom Our peace-branch from a - bove ? 
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Then all things else he '11 free - ly give; With him you all things shall re - ceive. 
May I that hap-py per - son be, In time and in e - ter - ni - ty. 

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My rest in toil, my ease in pain; 
The medicine of my broken heart; 

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My smile beneath the tyrant's frown; 
In shame, my glory and my crown: 



In want, my plentiful supply; 

In weakness, ni}' almighty power 
In bonds, my perfect libertj'; 

My light, in Satan's darkest houi 
In grief, ray joy unspeakable; 
My life in death, my all in all. 



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And heaven, in Christ, begun. 



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2. I dread not the ter - ror by night, 

3. The pes - ti - lence walking a - bout, 
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When dark-ness has set - tied a - broad. 

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Can nev-er com-pel me to doubt The pres-ence and pow-er 
With Je-sus, my soul doth commune, His per -feet sal -va-tion 
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Of love di-vine, so won-der-ful. The half . . . was nev-er told. 

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2. We ask not, Fa- ther, for re - pose Which comes from out- ward rest, 

3. That peace which flows se - rene and deep, A riv - er in the soul, 

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Whose banks a liv - ing ver - dure keep, God's sun-shine o'er the whole. 

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2. Peace, per - feet peace, 

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4. Peace, per - feet peace. 



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Jesus we know, and he is on the throne. 
Peace, perfect peace, death shadowing us and ours? 
Jesus has vanquished death and all its powers. 
It is enough: earth's struggles soon shall cease, 
And Jesus call us to heaven's perfect peace. 

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Re - served for all the heirs of grace; O be that ref - uge mine! 

While thousands fall on ev - 'ry side, He rests se - cure in God. 

O child of God, O glo- ry's heir, How rich a lot is thine! 

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2. I know that thou art near - er still Than an - y earth - ly throng, 

3. Thou hast put gladness in my heart; Then may I well be glad! 
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2. Sometimes 'mid scenes of deep-est gloom, Sometimes where Eden's bow - ers bloom, 

3. Lord! I would clasp thy hand in mine. Nor ev - er mur-mur nor re - pine; 

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Con- tent, what-ev - er lot I see. Since 'tis my God that lead - eth me. 
E'en death's cold wave I will not flee. Since God thro' Jor - dan lead - eth me. 



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And death must yield to love. 



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2. With thee con-vers-ing, we for -get All time and toil and care; La - bor is 

3. Here, then, my God, vouchsafe to stay, And bid my heart re - joice; My bounding 

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rest, and pain is sweet, If thou, my God, art here. If thou, my God, art here, 
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And hear thee inly speak. 



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Till I thy glory see; 
Enter into my Master's joy. 

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De - cem-ber's as pleas-ant as May. 
And makes all with-in me re - joice; 
My sum-mer would last all the year. 



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My all to his pleasure resigned, 
No changes of season or place 

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While blest with a sense of his love, 

A palace a toy would appear; 
And prisons would palaces prove, 

If Jesus would dwell with me there. 



My Lord, if indeed I am thine, 

If thou art m}' sun and my song. 
Say, why do I languish and pine.? 

And why are my winters so long? 
O drive these dark clouds from my sky, 

Thy soul-cheering presence restore; 
Or take me to thee up on high, 

Where winter and clouds are no more. 



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When in the slippery paths of youth. 

With heedless steps I ran, 
Thine arm, unseen, conveyed me safe, 

And led me up to man. 

Through hidden dangers, toils and deaths. 

It gently cleared my way; 
And through the pleasing snares of vice, 

More to be feared than they. 

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Through every period of my life 
Th5' goodness I'll pursue; 

And after death, in distant worlds, 
The glorious theme renew. 

Through all eternity to thee 
A grateful song I'll raise; 

But, oh, eternity's too short 
To utter all thy praise. 



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2. A won-der-ful Sa-vior is Je - sus my Lord, He ta-keth my bur-den a- 

3. With numberless blessings each moment he crowns, And filled with his fulness di - 

4. When clothed in his brightness transported I rise To meet him in clouds of the 
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Sight was gone, and fears pos-sessed me. But he freed me from them all. 
But the Sa - vior still is with me. By his hand I'm safe - ly led. 
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O how precious, O how precious 
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4 Angels now are hovering round us, 
Unperceived amid the throng; 

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Glad to join the holy song: 

Hallelujah, hallelujah. 

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That rides upon the stormy sky. 
And calms the roaring seas; 

4 This awful God is ours. 

Our Father and our Love; 
He will send down his heavenly powers 
To carry us above. 

5 There we shall see his face. 

And never, never sin; 
There, from the rivers of his grace, 
Drink endless pleasures in: 



Yea, and before we rise 

To that immortal state. 
The thoughts of such amazing bliss 

Should constant joys create. 

The men of grace have found 

Glory begun below; 
Celestial fruit on earthly ground 

From faith and hope may grow. 

The hill of Zion yields 

A thousand sacred sweets. 
Before we reach the heavenly fields, 

Or walk the golden streets. 

9 Then let our songs abound. 

And every tear be dry; 
We're marching thro' Immanuel's ground, 

To fairer worlds on high. 
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The star that on Israel shone? 
Say, if in your tents my Beloved has been, 
And where with his flocks he is gone. 

6 He looks! and ten thousands of angels rejoice, 

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He speaks! and eternity, filled with his voice, 
Re-echoes the praise of the Lord. 

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Here prepare to meet our Lord, 

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They shall stand in God's great day; 
With them numbered may we be 
Here, and in eternity. 

The}' have fellowship with God, 
Through the Mediator's blood; 
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Glory is in them begun; 
With them numbered may we be 
Here, and in eternity. 

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All the depths of love express, 
All the heights of holiness. 

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To the family above; 
On the wings of angels fly; 
Show how true believers die. 



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The virtues of thy wondrous name. 

The heart that was in thee. 



Impart what ever}' member wants; 
To found the fellowship of saints, 

Thy Spirit. Lord, supply; 
So shall we all thy love receive, 
Together to thy glory live, 

And to thy glory dip. 



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Till we the crown obtain; 

And gladly reckon all things loss, 
So we may Jesus gain. 



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I Let party names no more 

The Christian world o'erspread; 
Gentile and Jew, and bond and free, 
Are one in Christ, their Head. 

7 Among the saints on earth 
Let mutual love be found, 
Heirs of the same inheritance 
With mutual blessings crowned. 



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3 Thus will the church below 

Resemble that above, 
Where streams of pleasure ever flow, 
And every heart is love. 

4 And, till we reach that place. 

Our daily prayer shall be 
That we may dwell before thee. Lord, 
In love and unity. 

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Thy praise shall our glad tongues employ, And ev - r'y heart shall dance for joy. 
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And keep us to that day. 



5 Thee, Father, Son and Holy Ghost, 
Let all our hearts receive; 
Present with the celestial host. 
The peaceful answer give. 



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Swiftly thus our fleeting days 

Bear us down life's rapid stream; 
Upward, Lord, our spirits raise. 

All below is but a dream. 



3 Thanks for mercies past receive; 

Pardon of our sins renew; 
Teach us henceforth how to live 

With eternity in view; 
Bless thy word to young and old; 

Fill us with a Savior's love; 
.And when life 's short tale is told, 

May we dwell with thee above. 



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Then dig about the root. 
Break up our fallow ground. 

And let our gracious fruit 
To thy great praise abound; 

O let us all thy praise declare, 

And fruit unto perfection bear. 



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Think you death will tarry knocking. 

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Jesus waiteth, waiteth, waiteth; 

But thy door is fast; 
Grieved, away thy Savior goeth — 

Death breaks in at last! 

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Then 't is thine to stand entreating 

Christ to let thee in; 
At the gate of heaven beating, 

Wailing for thy sin ? 
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Hast thou, then, forgot? 
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Their joys and griefs, and hopes and cares, And wealth and hon - or, gone. 
While we, as on life's ut - most verge, Our souls to thee com-mend. 
Till with them, in the land of light, We dwell be -fore thy face. 



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1. Lo! on a nar-row neck of land, 'Twixt two un-bound-ed seas, I stand, 

2. O God, mine in -most soul con- vert. And deep-ly on my thoughtful heart 

3. Be- fore me place, in dread ar-ray, The pomp of that tre - men-dous day. 



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Then, Savior, then my soul receive, 
Transported from this vale, to live 

And reign with thee above. 
Where faith is sweetly lost in sight, 
And hope in full, supreme delight, 

And everlasting love. 



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The eve-ning cloud, the morn-ing dew, The with 'ring grass, the fa-ding flow'r, 
But tho ' earth 's fair-est blos-soms die, And all be -neath the skies is vain, 
Then let the hope of joys to come Dis - pel our cares, and chase pur fears: 



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2. Our wasting lives grow short -er still, As day» and months in 

3. The year rolls round, and steals a - way The breath that first it 

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To walk this dangerous road; 

And if our souls are hurried hence, 
May they be found with God! 



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2. My days are short-er than a span; A lit -tie point my life ap - pears; 

3. Vain his am -bi - tion, noise and show; Vain are the cares which rack his mind: 

4. O be a no -bier por- tion mine! My God, I bow be - fore thy throne; 

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How frail, at best, is dy-ingman! How vain are all his hopes and fears! 
He heaps up treas-ures mixed with woe. And dies, and leaves them all be - hind. 
Earth's fleeting treasures I re-sign, And fix my hope on thee a- lone. 



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of thy throne Still may we dwell se - cure; 
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Dies at the opening day. 



6 God, our help in ages past. 
Our hope for years to come, 
Be thou our guide while life shall last, 
And our eternal home. 



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The pains, the groans, the dy - ing strife, Fright our ap-proach-ing souls a - way; 
O would my Lord his serv - ant meet, My soul would stretch her wings in haste, 
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And we shrink back a - gain to life, Fond of our pris - on and our clay. 

Fly fear- less thro' death 's i - ron gate, Nor feel the ter - rors as she passed. 

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So gen - tly shuts the eye of day; So dies a wave a - long the shore. 
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Where lights and shades alternate dwell; Light from its load the spirit flies. 

How bright the unchanging morn appears! While heaven and earth combine to say, 
Farewell, inconstant world, farewell! "How blest the righteous when he dies!" 

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From which none ever wakes to weep 



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May such a blissful refuge be! 
Securely shall my ashes lie. 
Waiting the summons from on high. 

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When faith, endued from heav'n with pow'r. Sustains and cheers his lan-guid breast. 
They tell us of his glo - ry nigh. In lan-guage that no tongue can speak. 

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But can't dissolve my love; 
Millions of infant souls compose 
The family above. " 

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William H. Bathurst 



5 His words the happy parents hear, 
And shout, with joys divine, 
O Savior, all we have and are 
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1 O for an overcoming faith, 

To cheer mj' dying hours, 
To triumph o'er approaching Death, 
And all his frightful powers! 

2 Joyful, with all the strength I have. 

My quivering lips should sing, 
"Where is thy boasted victory, Grave? 
And where, O Death, thy sting ? ' ' 



3 If sin be pardoned, I'm secure; 

Death hath no sting beside: 
The law gives sin its damning power. 
But Christ, my ransom, died. 

4 Now to the God of victory 

Immortal thanks be paid, 
Who makes us conquerors, while we die, 
Through Christ, our living Head. 

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Will on thee gold - en lus - ter shed. 
Wait pa - tient - ly thy wel-come home 



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That rings from heav-en's plain: 
From out the gates of day. 
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3. O what hath Je - sus bought for me! Be - fore my rav-ished eyes 

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And glad - ly wan-der up and down, And smile at toil and pain: 

Riv - ers of life di - vine I see. And trees of par - a - dise: 

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I suf - fer on my three-score years, 

I see a world of spir - its bright. 

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Tho' cast down, we 're not for - sa - ken; Tho' af - flict - ed, not a - lone: 
Tho'to- day we're filled with mourning, Mer -cy still is on the throne: 
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Lord of earth, and God of heav - en. 



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Bless-ed Lord, "Thy will be done.' 

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Ev - er-more, "Thy will be done.' 

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Till tunes of nobler sound we raise 
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To ev - er - last - ing rest. 

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Happy in his will I rest. 



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Let him do as seems him good! 

Be thy holy name adored; 

Take the gift awhile bestowed: 

Take the child no longer mine; 

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Sleepon, beloved, sleep, and take thy rest; Laj' down thy head upon thy Savior's breast; 
Calm is thy slumber as an infant 's sleep ; But thou shalt wake no more to toil and weep: 
Un - til the Easter glory lights the skies, Until the dead in Jesus shall arise, 
Un - til, made beautiful by love divine, Thou, in the likeness of thy Lord shalt shine. 



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Thine is a per-fect rest, secure and deep-Good-night! Good-night! Good-night! 
And he shall come, but not in low-ly guise-Good-night! Good-night! Good-night! 
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In hallowed union indivisible — Until we know even as we are known — 

Good-night! Good-night! 

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hold-eth our crowns in his hands, And he holdeth our crowns in his hands; 
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1. Ten - der Shepherd, thou hast stilled Now thy lit - tie lamb's brief weep - ing: 

2. In this world of care and pain, Lord, thou wouldst no lon-ger leave it; 

3. Ah, Lord Je - sus, grant that we Where it lives may soon be liv - ing, 

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5 Yet these, new rising from the tomb. 
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O let me put thine image on ! 



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My Father's house on high, Home of my soul, how near! 
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Sure to emerge and rise again, 

And mount above the wreck: 
Lo! the heavenly spirit towers 

Like flames o'er nature's funeral pyre. 
Triumphs in immortal powers. 

And claps his wings of fire! 



Nothing hath the just to lose, 

B3' worlds on worlds destroyed; 
Far beneath his feet he views. 

With smiles, the flaming void; 
Sees this universe renewed. 

The grand millennial reign begun; 
Shouts with all the sons of God, 

Around the eternal throne. 



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4. There is a death, whose pang Out - lasts the fleet - ing breath: 

5. Thou God of truth and grace. Teach us that death to shun; 

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Vengeance for all earthly wrongs, 
Grant forgiveness, Lord, at last, 
Ere the dread account be past: 
Lo, my sighs, my guilt, ni}- shame! 
Spare me for thine own great name. 



Thou, who bad'st the sinner cease 
From her tears and go in peace — 
Thou, who to the dying thief 
Spakest pardon and relief — 
Thou, O Lord, to me hast given, 
E'en to me, the hope of heaven. 



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Speed my soul! This instant yield! 
Let the light its scepter wield; 
While thy God prolongeth grace, 
Haste thee toward his holy place. 



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Thou shalt from heaven come down. 
The immortal Son of man. 

To judge the human race, 
With all thy Father's dazzling train, 

With all thy glorious grace. 



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O may we all be found 

Obedient to thy word. 
Attentive 'to the trumpet's sound, 

And looking for our Lord! 
O may we thus insure 

A lot among the blest. 
And watch a moment to secure 

An everlasting rest. 



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Joseph A. Alexander 



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To die as if by stealth ; 
It does not quench the beaming eye, 
Or pale the glow of health. 

4 The conscience may be still at ease, 

The spirit light and gay. 
That which is pleasing still may please. 
And care be thrust away. 

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5 Oh, where is this mysterious bourne 

By which our path is crossed. 
Beyond which God himself hath sworn 
That he who goes is lost? 

6 How far may we go on in sin? 

How long will God forbear ? 
Where does hope end, and where begin 
The confines of despair ? 

7 An answer from the skies is sent: 

"Ye that from God depart! 
While it is called to-day, repent 
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1 Christ is coming! let creation 

Bid her groans and travail cease; 
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Hope restore and faith increase; 

Christ is coming! 
Come, thou blessed Prince »f Peace! 

2 Earth can now but tell the story 

Of thy bitter cross and pain ; 
She shall yet behold thy glory 
When thou coniest back to reign; 

Christ is coming! 
Let each heart repeat the strain. 



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Long thy exiles have been pining. 
Far from rest and home and thee; 

But, in heavenly vesture shining, 
Soon they shall thy glory see; 

Christ is coming! 
Haste the joyous jubilee. 

With that blessed hope before us, 
Let no harp remain unstrung; 

Let the mighty advent chorus 

Onward roll from tongue to tongue; 

Christ is coming! 
Come, Lord Jesus, quickly come! 

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Endue me with patience to wait at thy throne, 
And find, even now, a sweet foretaste of home. 

5 I long, dearest Lord, in thy beauties to shine. 
No more as an exile in sorrow to pine, 

And in thy fair image, arise from the tomb, 
With glorified millions to praise thee at home. 

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613 THERE'S A LAND FAR AWAY P. M. 



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To a region where pleasures unchangingly bloom, 
And our guide is the glory that shines through the tomb, 

From the ever-green mountains of life. 

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3. O glo-rious hour! O blest a - bode! I shall be near, and like my God; 

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His mercy doth expand, 
And glory, glory dwelleth 

In fair Immanuel's land. 



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My web of time he wove. 
And aye the dews of sorrow 

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I'll bless the hand that guided, 

I'll bless the heart that planned. 
When throned where glory dwelleth, 

In fair Immanuel's land. 



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2. Our mourning is all at an end, When, raised by the life-giv-ing Word, 

3. By faith we al-read-y be - hold That love - ly Je-ru-sa-lem here; 



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No gloom of af-flic-tion or sin; 
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I No need of the sun in that day 

Which never is followed bj' night, 
Where Jesus 's beauties displaj' 

A pure and a permanent light: 
The Lamb is their light and their sun. 

And, lo! by reflection they shine, 
With Jesus ineffably one, 

And bright in effulgence divine. 



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The saints in his presence receive 

Their great and eternal reward; 
In Jesus, in heaven, they live, 

They reign in the smile of their Lord; 
The flame of angelical love 

Is kindled at Jesus 's face. 
And all the enjoyment above. 

Consists in the rapturous gaze. 

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Till wings of faith, and strong desire, 
Bear every thought above! 



5 Prepared, by grace divine. 

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The chorus of the sky. 



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Nor let me stand at last, alone 

Upon the shore of death. 



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And ha - sten to be swal-lowed up Of ev - er - last - ing life. 

And rise pre-pared thy face to see, Thy bright, un-cloud-ed face. 

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Blest with the scorn of finite good, 
My soul is lightened of its load, 

And seeks the things above. 

3 The things eternal I pursue, 
A happiness beyond the view 

Of those that basely pant 



For things by nature felt and seen; 
Their honors, wealth and pleasures mean, 
I neither have, nor want. 

4 There is my house and portion fair; 
My treasure and my heart are there, 

And my abiding rest: 
Soon will the pilgrim's journej' end; 
Then, O my Savior, Brother, Friend, 
Receive me to thy breast, 
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3. O'er all those wide -ex -tend - ed plains Shines one e - ter - 

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And be forever blest? 
Wtien shall I see my Father's face. 
And in his bosom rest ? 



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I A stranger in the world below, 

I calmly sojourn here; 
Nor can its happiness or woe 

Provoke my hope or fear: 
Its evils in a moment end; 

Its joys as soon are past; 
But, oh, the bliss to which I tend 

Eternally shall last! 



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To that Jerusalem above. 

With singing I repair; 
While in the flesh, my hope and love, 

My heart and soul, are there. 
There my exalted Savior stands. 

My merciful High Priest, 
And still extends his wounded hands, 

To take me to his breast. 

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3. Lo! he beck-ons from on high; Fear -less to his pres-ence fly; 

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Wait thy passage through the shade; 
Swiftly to their wish be given; 
Kindle higher joy in heaven. 



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Welcomed to partake the bliss; 
Fly from sorrow, care and pain. 

To realms of endless peace. 



Rivers to the ocean run, 

Nor stay in all their course; 
Fire, ascending, seeks the sun; 

Both speed them to their source: 
So a soul that's born of God, 

Pants to view his glorious face; 
Upward tends to his abode, 

To rest in his embrace. 



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At God's command; 
Thy watery deep I pass. 

With Jesus in my view, 
And through the howling wilderness 

My way pursue. 

2 The goodly land I see. 

With peace and plenty blest, 
A land of sacred liberty. 

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The Lord our righteousness, 
Triumphant o'er the world and sin. 

The Prince of Peace: 
On Zion's sacred height, 

His kingdom still maintains, 
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Forever reigns. 

He keeps his own secure; 

He guards them by his side; 
Arrays in garments white and pure 

His spotless bride; 
With streams of sacred bliss. 

With groves of living joys. 
With all the fruits of paradise, 

He still supplies. 

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I Our old companions in distress 

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Like theirs with glory crowned, 
And shout to see our Captain's sign. 

To hear his trumpet sound: 
O that we now might grasp our Guide! 

O that the word were given! 
Come, Lord of hosts, the waves divide, 

And land us all in heaven! 

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There is a home for wear-y souls By sin and sorrow driv'n, When tossed on life' stem- 
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pestuous shoals. Where storms arise and o - cean rolls And all is drear — 'tis heav'n. 
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Those gloomy thoughts that rise, 
And see the Canaan that we love. 

With unbeclouded eyes! 
Could we but climb where Moses stood, 

And view the landscape o'er, 
Not Jordan 's stream, nor death 's cold flood. 

Should fright us from the shore. 



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When the crook-ed ways are straightened. And the dark things shall be plain. 
Face to face with my Re -deem - er, Je - sus Christ who loves me so. 

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tri - umph, The shout of them that feast; And they who, with their L,ead-er, Have 
coun - try That ea-ger hearts ex - pect! Je - sus, in mer-cy bring us To 

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day-light is se - rene; The pas-tures of the bless -ed Are decked in glorious sheen, 
conquered in the fight. For - ev - er and for - ev - er Are clad in robes of white, 
that dear land of rest; Who art, with God the Father, And Spir - it, ev - er blest. 



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Possess the promised rest. Show the same path to heaven. 

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Soon will be o - ver-past; I shall reach home at last, Heav'n is my home. 
Those I love most and best, There, too, I soon shall rest, Heav'n is my home. 
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Affliction's waves may round me foam; 

6 Although, like Lazarus, sick and poor. 
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7 Let others seek a home below. 

Which flames devour, or waves o'erflow; 

8 Be mine the happier lot to own 

A heavenly mansion near the throne. 

9 The earth may fail and stars decline. 
The sun and moon refuse to shine, 

10 All nature sink and cease to be. 

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3. Peo-ple and realms of ev - 'ry tongue Dwell on his love with sweet-est song. 



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Death and the curse are known no more; 
In him the tribes of Adam boast 
More blessings than their father lost. 



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2. We wait thy tri-umph, Sa- vior King; Long a - ges have pre-pared thy 

3. Thy hosts are mustered to the field; ' 'The cross, the cross! " the bat - tie - 

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Set time's great bat-tie in ar - ray. 
And soon shall tot- ter to their fall. 
The joy-ous shouts from land to land. 



That he who once a suf - f 'rer bled 
Now all a - broad thy ban - ner fling, 
The old grimtow'rs of dark-ness yield. 
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Fulfil the Father's high decree; 

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2. When he first the work be - gun, 

3. Sons of God, your Sa - vior praise! 

4. Saw ye not the cloud a - rise. 



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The whole wide world for Je - sus In - spires us with the tho't That ev- 'ry son of 
The whole wide world for Je - sus, The marching or - der sound, Go ye and preach the 
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gos - pel Wher-ev - er man is found. The whole wide world for Je - sus, Our 

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ban - ner is un- furled; We bat-tie now for Je - sus, And faith demands the world, 
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Have the signs that mark His com-ing 
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Seated in the jasper throne, 
Zion's King, arrayed in beauty, 

Reigns in peace from zone to zone; 
There, on verdant hills and mountains, 

Where the golden sunbeams play. 
Purling streams and crj^stal fountains 

Sparkle in the eternal day. 

4 Pilgrim, see, the light is beaming 

Brighter still upon thy way; 
Signs through all the earth are gleaming, 
Omens of thy coming day, 



When the last loud trumpet sounding, 
Shall awake from earth and sea. 

All the saints of God now sleeping, 
Clad in immortality! 

Watchman, lo, the land we're nearing. 

With its vernal fruits and flowers! 
On just yonder, O how cheering! 

Bloom forever Eden bowers. 
Hark, the choral strains are ringing, 

Wafted on the balmy air! 
See the millions! hear their singing! 

Soon the pilgrims will be there. 



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2. What tho' the spi-cy breez - es Blow soft o'er Ceylon's isle; Tho' ev-'ry prospect 

3. Shall we, whose souls are lighted With wis-dom from on high. Shall we to men be- 

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pleas - es, And on - ly man is vile? In vain with lav-ish kind-ness The 

night-ed The lamp of life de - ny? Sal - va-tion! O sal-va-tion! The 

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gifts of God are strown; The heathen in his blindness Bows down to wood and stone, 
joy -ful sound proclaim, Till earth 's remotest na- tion Has learned Messiah's name. 
Lamb for sin-ners slain, Redeemer, King, Cre - a - tor. In bliss re-turns to reign. 

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"We have heard the Mac-e-do-nian call to - daj', ' 'Send the light! Send the light!' ' 
Let us pray that grace may ev'ry where a-bound, Send the light! Send the light! 
Let us not grow wear-y in the work of love, Send the light! Send the light! 

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And a gold-en off 'ring at the cross we lay. Send the light! Send the light! 
And a Christ-like spir-it ev'rj-where be found. Send the light! Send the light! 
Let us gath-er jewels for . a crown a-bove. Send the light! Send the light! 

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Bid ra-ging winds their fu - ry cease. And calm the sav-age breast to peace. 
Meet, with the ransomed throng to fall. And crown the Sa-vior Lord of all. 



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1. Arm of the Lord, a - wake, a - wake! Put on thy strength, the na-tions 

2. Say to the hea - then, from thy throne, "I am Je - ho - v ah, God a- 

3. No more let crea - ture blood be spilt. Vain sac- ri - fice for hu - man 

4. Al-might-y God, thy grace pro -claim, In ev - 'ry land, of ev - 'ry 

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Mightiest kings his pow'r shall own; 
Then shall wars and tu - mults cease. 
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Hea - then tribes his name a- dore; 
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Sa - tan and his host, o'er-thrown, Bound in chains, shall hurt no more. 
Righteousness and joy and peace, Un - dis-turbed, shall ev - er reign. 
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2. Speed a-way, speed a-way! You 're commissioned of God, 

3. Speed a-way, speed a-way! On your mis-sion so blest, 

4. Speed a-way, speed a-way! O ye mes - sen - gers true. 



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preach thro' Im - man - u - el's blood; 
bur - dened may soon be at rest; 
great and the la - bor - ers few; 



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now be for-giv'n. And make out a ti - tie to man-sions in heav 
lib - er - ty sweet. And bring them as tro-phies to Je - sus' blest feet; 
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lin-ger no lon-ger.but act while you may! Speed a-way, 
reapers are paid at the end of the day; Speed a-way. 



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speed a-way, speed a- way! 
speed away, speed away! 
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And they who mourn, and they who fear. 
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Have raised, O God, to thee! 
Se - rene-ly by thy side. 
Be strengthened as they pray. 
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Cho - sen of God, to sin - ners dear. We now a - dore thy name; 
The fool - ish build - ers, scribe and priest, Re - ject it with dis-dain; 
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Yet on this Rock the church shall rest 



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These walls we to thy hon - or raise; Long may they ech - o with thy 
Here let the great Re-deem-er reign, With all the gra - ces of his 
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And thou, de - scend-ing, fill the place With choi-cest to - kens of thy grace. 
While pow'rdi-vine his word at - tends. To conquer foes, and cheer his friends. 
May it be - fore the world ap - pear That crowds were born to glo - ry here. 



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The house of God, the gate of heaven; 

And may the fulness of thy grace 
To all who here shall meet be given. 



5 And hence, in spirit, may we soar 

To those bright courts where seraphs bend; 

With awe like theirs, on earth adore. 
Till with their anthems ours shall blend. 



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Hear thou in heav'n, thy dwelling-place. And when thou hear-est, Lord, for - give. 

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Here to abide, no transient guest ? 
Here will the world's Redeemer reign, 
And here the Holy Spirit rest? 

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Ne'er let thy glory hence depart; 

yet choose not, Lord, this house alone; 
Thy Spirit dwell in^ every heart, 

In every bosom fix thy throne. 



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2. His mountains lift tteir sol-emn forms. To watch in si - lence o'er the land; 

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The roll - ing o-cean, rocked with storms, Sleeps in the hoi - low of his hand. 
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Thy willing servants offer thee; 

Accept the prayers that thousands lift, 
And let these halls thy temple be. 



And let those learn, who here shall meet, 
True wisdom is with reverence crowned, 

And Scien<:e walks with humble feet 
To seek the God that Faith hath found. 



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2. Let thy ho- ly Child, who came Man from er-ror to re-claim, And for sin- ners 

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For the outcast and the poor. 
Who can call no house their own, 
Where we lay this corner-stone. 

674 MILLENNIUM H. M. 
Benjamin Francis 



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2. Here may thine ears at - tend Our in - ter - ce - ding cries, 

3. Here may our un - born sons And daughters sound thy praise, 

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word mel - o - dious sound, And spread ce - les - tial joys a - round: 

play thy sa - ving pow'r, While tern - pies stand and men a - dore: 

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All that ded - i - ca - ted cit - y, Dear - ly loved of God on 
To this tem - pie, where we call thee. Come, O Lord of hosts, to 
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thy mer - cy - seat sur - round. Thy Spir - it, Lord, im - part, 
the blind their sight ob-tain; Here give the mourn-er rest; 
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Ourselves, our hearts, our all. 

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Is gathered from all lands, 
We'll enter with triumphant song 
The house not made with hands. 
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2. Hap - py the home where Je - sus' name Is sweet to ev - 'ry ear, 

3. Hap- py the home where prayer is heard, And praise is wont to rise, 

4. Lord, let us in our homes a - gree. This bless - ed peace to gain; 

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Where ,chil-dren ear - ly lisp his fame. And par - ents hold him dear. 

Where par - ents love the sa - cred word, And live but for the skies. 

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2. Wake, and lift up thy -self, my heart. And with the an - gels bear thy part, 

3. All praise to thee, who safe hast kept, And hast re-freshed me while I slept: 

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Disperse my sins as morning dew; All I design, or do, or say; 

Guard my first springs of thought and will, That all my powers, with all their might. 
And with thyself my spirit fill. In thy sole glory may unite. 

681 EVENING HYMN L. M. 

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Teach me to live, that I may dread The grave as lit- tie as my bed; 
O let my soul on thee re- pose, Andmay sweet sleep mine eyelids close; 



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That with the world, my-self, and thee, I, ere I sleep, at peace may be. 
Teach me to die, that so I may Rise glo-rious at the judg-ment day. 
Sleep, which shall me more vig'rous make, To serve my God, when I a - wake. 



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3. I lay my bod - y down to sleep; Peace is the pil - low for my head; 

4. Thus, when the night of death shall come. My flesh shall rest beneath the ground, 



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But he for-gives my fol-lies past, And gives me strength for days to come. 
While well-ap-point - ed an-gels keep Their watchful sta-tions round my bed. 
And wait thy voice to rouse my tomb, With sweet sal-va - tion in the sound. 

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When the soft dews of kind - ly sleep My wear-ied eye - lids gen - tly steep, 

A - bide with me from morn till eve. For with-out thee I can - not live; 

If some poor wand 'ring child of thine, Have spurned, to-day, the voice di - vine, 

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With blessings from thy boundless store; Ere through the world our way we take; 
Be every mourner's sleep to-night. Till, in the ocean of thy love. 

Like infant's slumbers, pure and light. We lose ourselves in heaven above. 

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3. Tho* the night be dark and drear - y, 

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2. I must the fair ex - am - pie set; From those that on my pleas-ure 

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And show them how be - liev - ers true, And re - al Chris-tians, live. 



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From strife our hearts deliver. 

From malite set us free, 
And make this humble dwelling 

A temple meet for thee. 



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Alas, for homes where never 

God's sacred book is read. 
Where hope and joy are strangers, 

And children crj' for bread! 
Abide with us forever. 

Dear Lord, a welcome Guest, 
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And when our days are past, 
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The bosom of thy love. 



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John Wesley 



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We lift our hearts to thee, 

2. O let thy ri - sing beams 

3. How beau - teous na - ture now! 



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Or Jesus' blood, like evening dew, 

Wash all the stains away. 



5 May we this life improve. 
To mourn for errors past. 
And live this short, revolving day 
As if it were our last. 



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O'er earth and ocean fly. 
Till morn to eve, and noon to night, 
And heaven to earth, reply. 



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SILOAM C. M. 



Reginald Heber 



5 Hosanna! then, our song shall be — 
Hosanna to our King! 
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Let all the children sing. 



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In childhood, manhood, age and death, 

To keep us still thine own. 



4 And soon, too soon, the wintry hour 
Of man's maturer age 
Will shake the soul with sorrow's power 
And stormy passion's rage. 

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Let me have thy loving mind. 



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Heav-en's arch - es rang when the angels sang Of thy birth and thy royal degree; 
Fox-es found their rest, and the birds had their nests. In the shade of the ce - dar tree; 
Thou camest, O Lord, with thy liv - ing Word, That should set thy peo- pie free; 
Heaven's arches shall ring, and its choirs shall sing. At thy coming to vie - to - ry, 

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But in low - ly birth di(!st thou come to earth, And in greatest hu-mil-i - ty. 
But thy couch was the sod, O thou Son of God, In the des-erts of Gal-i - lee. 
But with mocking and scorn and with crown of thorn, Did they bear thee to Calvary. 
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Blessed Jesus, blessed Jesus! 
We will early turn to thee. 



Early let us seek thy favor. 
Early let us do thy will; 

Blessed Lord, our only Savior, 
With thy love our bosoms fill: 

Blessed Jesus, blessed Jesus! 

Thou hast loved us, love us still. 



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Moves at the breathing of thy will. 

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Charles Wesley 



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To live and work for thee. 

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3. Where the sad, the poor, de-spair-ing, 

4. Where we heed the voice of du - ty. 



Cheer the toil - er's rug-ged way, 
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find our sur - est rest; 
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bring no ha - tred in our souls, no fet - ters in our hands, But 
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in the all - re-sist-lesspow'r that on - ly love commands, 
an - swer back his hate with peace and march a-round his walls, 
league of faith to sweep a - way in-temp 'ranee from the land. 



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God we stand as one, a mighty league of prayer. For God 
eyes and wait to see what faith in God de-mands. For God 
trump-et blast of God the might-y for-tress falls, For God 
of our le-gions roll back from strand to strand. For God 



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1 Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord; 

He is trampling out the vintage, where the grapes of wrath are stored; 
He hath loosed the fateful lightning of his terrible swift sword; 
His truth is marching on. 

Chorus. — Glory, glory, hallelujah! 
Glory, glory, hallelujah! 
Glory, glory, hallelujah! 
His truth is marching on. 

2 I have seen him in the watchfires of a hundred circling camps; 
They have builded him an altar in the evening dews and damps; 
I can read his righteous sentetice by the dim and flaring lamps; 

His truth is marching on. 

3 He has sounded forth the trumpet that shall never call retreat; 
He is sifting out the hearts of men before his judgment seat; 
Oh, be swift, my soul, to answer him! be jubilant, my feet! 

Our God is marching on. 

4 In the beauty of the lilies, Christ was born across the sea; 
With a glory in his bosom that transfigures you and me; 
As he died to make men holy, let us die to make men free; 

While God is marching on. 



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con - tri - tion turn - ing, In thy ho- ly place we bend; 
our hearts confounding. Long and loud for venge-ance call, 
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Thou hast mer - cy more a-bound-ing; Je - sus' blood can cleanse them all. 
Save thy peo - pie from op - pres-sion. Save from spoil thy ho - ly place. 

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In worlds unknown pursue the song; 
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Where days and years revolve no more! 



Seasons and months, and weeks and days, 
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Still be the cheerful homage paid. 
With opening light and evening shade. 

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Give to us peace in our time, O Lord. 

Give to us par - don and peace, O Lord. 

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Of the stars that veil thy face Our hearts as - cend. 
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let us hear th' in-spir-ing word Which they of old at Hor - eb heard; 
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The shews of state, the sport of kings, 
May they account but paltry things. 
And dedicate their years and days 
To thy vast sovereignty and praise. 

In all their councils and their laws, 
Unmoved by scorn or vain applause. 
May they seek daily to fulfil 
The purpose of thj' perfect will; 
And thus, as changing cycles run. 
And eras pass from sun to sun, 
IVIay righteousness gird all our frame. 
And generations bless thy name! 

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1 O God, thou Potentate of all, 
Upon thy fiat we would call, 
And pray that as the die is cast 
Thy grace may guide us to the last! 
Grant us a race of stalwart men 

To lead in public life again. 
Prophetic, noble, grand in dower — 
Such, Lord, exalt to thrones of power. 

2 Put far from each the selfish aim, 
The lure of spoils, the zest of fame; 
With single heart and honest hand 

May they bear rule throughout the land: 



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Come, cleanse, and with thy Spirit fill. 
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glo - ry re-dound to thy name, And let all the glo - ry re-douud to thy name. 

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2 Nearer my Father's house, »- 

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Nearer the great white throne, 
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4 But the waves of that silent sea 

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Have almost | gained the | brink, || 
If it be I am nearer home 

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3 Nearer the bound of life, 6 Father, perfect my trust, 

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Nearer leaving the cross. That her feet are firmly set 

I Nearer | gaining the | crown. OnthelRockof a | living | faith. 1| A-] men. 

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Bless the Lord, ye his angels, that ex- | eel in | strength, |] that do his command- 
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6 Bless ye the Lord, all | ye his | hosts; |1 ye ministers of ] his, that | do his | pleasure. 

8 Bless the Lord, | O my | soul; I| bless the | Lord, — | O my | soul. || Amen. 

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4 Yea, though I walk through the vallej' of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: 

for thou art with me, t\iy rod and thy staff they | comfort ] me. 

5 Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest 

my head with oil; my ] eup runneth | over. || 

6 Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell 

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lyife seems a dark and | stormy | sea; || 
Yet 'midst the gloom. I hear a sound, 
A heavenly | whisper, | Come to | me. 

2 It tells me of a place of rest. 

It tells me where my | soul may | flee; || 
Oh, to the weary, faint, oppressed. 

How sweet the | bidding, | Come to | me! ^ 

3 When nature shudders, loath to part 

From all I love, en- j joy and | see, || 

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When a faint chill steals o'er my heart, 
A sweet voice | utters, | Come to | me. 

Come, for all else must fail and die, 
Earth is no resting- | place for | thee; || 

Heavenward direct thy weeping eye; 
I am thy | portion; | come to | me. 

O voice of mercy, voice of love! 

In conflict, grief and | ago- | ny, || 
Support me, cheer me from above, 

And gently | whisper, | Come to I me. || 

A- MEN. 



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Beyond the parting and the meeting | 

I shall be soon ; || 
Beyond the farewell and the greeting, | 
Beyond the pulse's fever beating, | 

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Our humble praj'er ascends. O | Father! | hear it; || 
Borne on the trembling wings of [ fear and | meekness, || 
For- I give its | weakness. 

2 We know, we feel, how mean and how unworthy 
The lowly sacrifice we | pour be- I fore thee; || 
What can we offer thee, O | thou most | holy! || 

But I sin and | folly? 

3 Lord, in thy sight, who every bosom viewest, 
Cold in our warmest vows, and | vain our | truest; || 
Thoughts of a hurrying hour — our | lips re- | peat them- 

Our I hearts for- ] get them. 

4 We see thy hand — it leads us, it supports us: 

We hear thy voice — it | counsels and it j courts us: |1 
And then we turn away! yet | still thy | kindness || 
For- I gives our | blindness. 

5 Who can resist thy gentle call, appealing 

To every generous thought and | grateful | feeling ? || 
Oh, who can hear the accents | -of thy | mercy, |i 
And I never | love thee? 

6 Kind Benefactor! plant within this bosom 

The I seeds of | holiness, || and let them blossom 
In fragrance, and in beauty | bright and j vernal, || 
And I spring e- | ternal. 

7 Then place them in those everlasting gardens 
Where angels walk, and | seraphs are the | wardens; || 
Where every flower, brought safe through | death's dark 

Be- i comes im- | mortal. || A- | men. 

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HIpbabetical Unbex of tlunes 



No. 

Abel 8. 8. 8. 7 84 

Abide With Me 10 484 

Adeste Fideles 11 423 

Agnew L. M 401 

Albion 7. D 375 

Aletta 7 117,554 

Allen L. M 147 

All for Jesus 8. 7. D..326 

AU Saints C. M. D 414 

Alma 11. 10 508 

Alma Mater 11 723 

Almost Persuaded 206 

Altoona S. M 621 

Alvan 8. 7. 4 34 

America 6. 4 707 

Ames L. M .361 

Amsterdam P. M... 368. 632 
Ancient of Days 11. 10.. 41 

Andre L. M 359 

Another Year 7. 6. D. .561 

Antioch C. M 61 

Anvem L. M 140, 663 

Appleton L. M 138 

Ariel 8. 8. 6 72,556 

Arise and Shine 99 

Arlington C. M 69, 402 

Armstrong 8. 7. D 398 

Arnold 6. 4 709 

Arthur's Seat H. M 411 

Ashwell L. M 577 

A Soldier of the Cross 

C. M 402 

Assurance L. M 85 

Athens C. M. D 257 

Aurelia 7. 6. D 134 

Aurora L. M 6 

Austria 8. 7. D 490 

Autumn 8. 7. D 94,309 

Avon C. M 339,678 

Azmon C. M 14,144 

Baca L. M 598 

Badea S. M 83 

Balerma C. M 198, 456 

Barnes P. M 596 

Bartimeus 8. 7 123.705 

Battle Hymn of the Re- 
public P. M 701 

Bavaria 8. 7. D 165 

Beatitudo C. M 136, 519 

Behold Me at the Door 

L. M 199 

Belmont C. M 30 



No. 

Beloved 6. 6. 9 276 

Beloved, Sleep 4. 6. 4... 588 

Benevento 7. D 564 

Bera L. M 148.464 

Bethany 6. 4. 6 495 

Bethlehem P. M 67 

BischofiE L. M 465 

Blessed Assurance 286 

Bless the Lord 728 

Bliss 6. 6L 317 

Blumeuthal 7. D 549 

Boardman C. M... 525, 551 

Bolton 7. 6. D 255 

Bonar S. M. D 607 

Bonnv Doon L. M. D..430 

Boylston S. M 145. 237 

Bradford C. M 381 

Bread Upon the Waters 

8. 7. D 655 

Bremen 8. 8. 6 376 

Brentford L. M. 6L 269 

Brest 8. 7. 4 82,609 

Bridgewater L. M 12 

Broolvfleld L. M 3.54 

Brown C. M 282 

Brownell L. M. 6L 290 

Brvant L. M 404 

Bula L. M 734 

Bullinger 8. 5. 8. 3 227 

Burlington C. M 125 

Burton L. M 50 

Byers L. M 431 

Byzantium C. M 128 

Calvin L. M. 6L 43 

Cambridge C. M 247 

Canoubury L. M 70 

Capello S. M 587 

Carmarthen H. M 34'( 

Carmel L. M 289 

Carol C. M. D 62 

Caton L. M 133 

Centennial L. M. D 713 

Chardon 8. 8. 6 151 

Chautauqua P. M 710 

Chelmsford C. M 44.338 

Cherith C. M 581 

Chesbro L. M. 6L .597 

Chesterfield C. M 172 

Chimes C. M 249. 382 

China C. M 191,602 

Christ Arose 91 

Christmas C. M 63,393 

468 



No. 

Christ Returneth 100 

Church C. M 240 

Clark L. M. 6L 132 

Cleansing Fountain 

C. M 245 

Come, Great Deliverer 

10. 6 457 

Come to Me 730 

Comfort C. M. D 584 

Communion C. M 79,161 

Confession ' 732 

Conflict S. M. D 416 

Conquest S. M 207, 420 

Consecration 7. 6 325 

Contrast 8. D 528,619 

Converse 8. 7. D 489 

Convert 11. 8 537 

Cook 7 600 

Cooling C. M 246,454 

Coronation C. M 92 

Coventry C. M 321 

Cowper C. M 245 

Crasselius L. M 412 

Creation L. M. D 49 

Crete 6. 5. D 716 

Critchlow C. M 642 

Cross of Jesus 7 738 

Cutting 6. 4 665 

Dalehurst C. M 697 

Dallas 7 35 

Darwall H. M 73 

Day S. M 570 

Dean C. M 336,563 

Dedham C. M 163 

Delight 8. D 316 

Dennis S. M 56.546 

Denny C. M 677 

Depth of Mercy 7 453 

Desire L. M 130.385 

Devizes C. M 545 

Diademata S. M. D 18 

Dijon 7 38 

Disciple 8. 7. D 105 

Ditson C. M 601 

Dorrnance 8. 7 491. 58' » 

Dort 6. 4 725 

Dove S. M 700 

Downs C. M 127 

Dresden 7. 6. D 704 

Duane L. M. D 264 

Duke Street L. M 

5,267,287,363,649 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF TUNES 



No. 
Dulce Carmen 8. 7. 6L. .675 

Dunfermline CM 96 

Dundee C. M 52,126,575 

Dwignt L. M 463 

Ebey L. M 288.323 

Eden 7. 6. D 712 

Effingham L. M 614 

Ein' Feste Burg P. M. .422 

Elizabeth C. M 263 

El Kader S. M 157 

Ellers 10... 39 

Elmswood S. M. D.. 262, 279 

Eltham 7. 6L 164 

Enon'9 Isle 8. D... 10.3, 300 

Ernan L. M 158 

Eshtemoa 7 486 

Essex 7 88 

Eternal Light 8. 6. 8. 

8. 6 26 

Ethan L. M. D 505 

Eucharist L. M 160 

Evan C. M. 351, 379. .573 

Evening Hymn L. M....681 
Even Me 8. 7. 3.... 209, 234 

Eventide L. M 312 

Ewing 7. 6. D 641 

Exhortation C. M .3.37 

Expostulation 11 216 

Faben 8. 7. D 57 

Face to Face 8. 7 640 

Federal Street L. M..327, 433 

Ferguson S. -^I 617 

Ferrier 7 380 

Fiat Lux 6. 4 718 

Fill Me Now 8. 7 110 

Fillmore L. M. 6L 266 

Fisk 7 118 

Forest L. M 95, 188, 616 

Forever With the Lord 

S. M. D 600 

Forgiven 274 

Forward L. M 396 

Foundation 11 423 

Fox 7. D...., 622 

Frederick 11 203 

Fulton 7 297 

Geneva C. M 530 

Gentle Jesus 7 691 

German v L. M 265 

Gilmore L. M 523 

Gladden L. M. 6L 8 

Glen Ellyn L. M .335 

Gloria Patri 720 

Glorious Hope 8. 8. 6. .378 

God Be With You 40 

God Bless Our Home 

7. 6. D 686 

Golden Chain 8. 7. 8. 7. 

8. 8. 7 17 



No. 

Golden Hill S. M 475 

Gone Home 7. 6 592 

Gordon 11 529 

Goshen C. M. D 585 

Gratitude L, M 173 

Green Hill C. M 565 

Greenland 7. 6. D 102 

Greenville 8. 7. D 36 

Greenwood S. M 369 

Grigg C. M 258,580 

Guardian S. M 371 

Guide 7. D 112,547 

Haddam H. M 122 

Halle 7. 6L 593 

Hamburg L. M 

230.333,468,511 

Hanford 8. 8. 8. 4 499 

Happy Day L. M 256 

Hapi>y Pilgrim 8. 8. 6.. 626 
Harmony Grove L. M..149 

Harroun 6. 5. 6. 4 201 

Hartel L. M 65 

Harvey's Chant C. M...162 
Harwell 8. 7. D. 104, 139, 146 
Harwell 8. 7. 8. 7. 7. 7.. 543 

Haste, Return 7 218 

Haven C. M 426 

Haydn L. M. 6L 374 

Heber C. M 251 

Hebron L. M 

185,400,682,706,719 

Hedding 8. 8. 6 294,571 

He Hideth My Soul 

11. 8 531 

/Helnlein 7 441 

He Leadeth Me 11. 10. .449 

Helena CM Ill 

Hendon 7 159.330 

Henley 11. 10 106,510 

Herald P. M 60 

Herald Angels 7. D 58 

Hermon C M 204 

He Was Not Willing 11. 

10. D 647 

Hiding in Thee 11 437 

Hogue 7. 6. D 658 

Hollingside 7. D 208 

Holly 7 386 

Holy Cross L. M 364 

Home of the Soul P. M...595 
Home, Sweet Home 11.. 612 

Hope S. M 589 

Horton 7 377 

Howard C. M 350 

Hudson C. M 522 

Hummel C. M 391 

Hursley L. M 513, 683 

Hymn C M 08 

Idaho L. M 141 

469 



No. 

Do Believe C. M 244 

Know Whom I Have 

Believed C M 443 

llinois L. M 33 

Love Thee 11 542 

Love to Tell the Story 

7. 6. D 544 

m m a nil e 1 ' s Land 7. 

6. D 618 

nnocents 7 485 

n the Morning 296 

nvitation 8. 7. D 184 

nvitation Hymn L. M. 

210, 334 

nvocation 6. 6. .6. 4... 121 

Shall Be Like Him. .631 

Shall Be Satisfied 10. 

10. 10. 6 590 

s There Room For Me.. 233 

talian Hymn 6. 4 45 

t Is Well With My 

Soul 517 

It Reaches Me 8. 7 356 

Jefferson L. M. 6L 360 

Jennings L. M 711 

Jesus Is Mine 6. 4. 6. . .427 
Jesus Will Give You 

Rest 205 

Jewett 6. D 500 

John Street 6. 6. 8. 4. .634 
Jordan C M 627 

Kentucky S. M.... 477 

Laban S. M 40<5 

LaDue H. M 540 

Lambeth C M. . 178, 372, 478 

Land of Rest 8. 5 645 

Lanesboro C. M 166 

Laughlin 10. 11 291 

Lead Me, Savior 7.... 434 
Leaning on the Ever- 
lasting Arms 10. 9. ..450 
Lebanon S. M. D.. 277, 438 

Lee L. M 672 

Leffingwell L. M 579 

Leighton S. M 389 

Lenox H. M 51,281,388 

Leominster S. M. D 236 

Let Me Stay 8. 7. D...399 

Lingham C M 278 

Lisbon S. M 150,403 

Lischer H. M .. 168, 197, 229 

Logan H. M 101 

Long L. M 142 

Longwood 11. 12 534 

Lord, I'm Coming HoiXie 

8. 5 235 

Ix)rd, Tarry Not 731 

Louvan L. M 170 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF TUNES 



No. 

Love Divine 8. 7. D 383 

Loving-Kindness L. M. . 54 

Lucas P. M .567 

Luttier S. M 24 

Lux Benigna P. M 444 

Lymington 7. 6. D 660 

Lyons 10. 10. 11. 11. .23,75 
Lyte 6. 4 13 

MacDonald 7. 6. D....12f) 

Maitland C. M 201,676 

■Malvern L. M 76, 591 

Manoah C. M 4, 78 

Marching to Zion S. M..536 

Marlow C. M 177,724 

Marsliall S. M 315 

Martyn 7. D 436 

Maryland P. M 720 

Materna C. M. D 611 

Matheson 8. 8. 8. 8. 6.. 448 

Maxwell 8. 7. 6L 108 

Mear C. M 474, 553, 608 

Melmore L. M 221 

Mendebras 7. 6. D 174 

Mendon L. M 

27,293,429,671 

Mercy 7 6.30 

Meribah 8. 8. 6 482 

Messiah 7. D 487 

Midnight Watches 8. 

5. D 568 

Migdol L. M 93,365 

Mighty to Save 8 3.j5 

Miles Lane C. M 92 

Millennium H. M 674 

Miller S. M 569 

Miriam 7. 6. D 77 

Missionary Chant L. M..662 
Missionary Hymn 7. 

6. D 659 

Monmouth L. M. 6L. .25, 308 

Monsell S. M 23S 

Montgomery 8. 7. D....432 
More Love to Thee 6. 

4. 6 314 

Morning Hymn L. M...680 

Mount Auburn C. M 322 

Mount Vernon 8. 7 696 

Murray H. M 566 

Naomi C. M..21, 190, 195, 516 

Nashville L. M. 6L 3()2 

Nearer My Home S. M..624 

Nettleton 8. 7. D 226 

Newbold C. M 167 

Newcourt L. M. 6L. . . .329 

New Haven 6. 4 702 

Nicpea 11. 12. 12. 10. . . 46 
No Room in Heaven 10. 

8. 11. 8 220 

Northfield C. M 28, 442 



No. 
Nuremberg 7. &L 319 

Oak 6. 4. 6 G44 

Oaksville C. M 304 

Oberland 11. 10 633 

O Come Angel Band 

C. M 623 

O For a Soul C. M 698 

O Why Not To-night." .214 

Octavius L. M 20 

Olaf C. M 16 

Old Hundred L. M... 1.735 

Oliiphant 8. 7. 4 90 

O'live's Brow L. M SO 

Olivet 6. 4 494 

Olmutz S. M 223 

One Sweetly Solemn 

Thought 727 

Only For Thee 6. 4. 6. .331 

Ortonville C. M 153, 526 

Owen S. M 37D 

Ozrem S. M 533 

Palestine L. M. 6L 504 

Park Street L. M 10 

Parsons C. M 124 

Pastor Bonus S. M. D..318 

Pax Tecum 10 520 

Peaceful Rest 8. 6. 8. 

8. 6 638 

Pearce L. M 311 

Pearl C. M 689 

Penitence P. M 455, 603 

Pentecost 8. 7. D 352 

Perry Street L. M 15 

Pei-severance C. M. D...5.52 

Peterboro C. M 59 

Pilesgrove L. M 187 

Pilot Me 7. 6L 424 

Pleyel's Hymn 7 193 

Portuguese Hymn 11.... 423 

Praise 8. 7. D 535 

Prince of My Peace 9. 8. . 268 

Prodigal Child 215 

Punshon L. M 171 

Quietude C. M. D. .346,636 

Rakem L. M. OL ... .30.5, 428 

Raphael C. M 280 

Rapture 7. 6. 8. 6 646 

Rathbun 8. 7 241.539 

Raynolds 11. 10 299 

Redhead 7. 6L 605 

Refuge 7. D 436 

Rege\it Square 8. 7. 6L.. 97 

Remsen C. M 349 

ReQua 8. 7. D 384.657 

Resignation C. M 473 

Rest L. M 578 

Retreat L. M 466,507 

Rex 10. 10. 11. 11 714 

Rhine C. M 250,643 

470 



No. 

Rhodes S. M 285 

Rialto S. M ...737 

Richmond S. M. D 497 

Risen Lord P. M 89 

Roberts C. M. D 628 

Rockaway L. M. D 86 

Rockingham L. M 

3,115,248,284 

Rodman 66 

RoUand L. M 169 

Romberg C. M 392 

Room For Thee 692 

Rosefield 7. 6L 213,548 

Rothwell L. M 357 

Rowley P. M 292 

Royal Way P. M 332 

Russia L. M 538 

Russian Hymn P. M...708 

Sabbath 7; 6L 175 

Safety L. M 502 

Salome C. M 471 

Salvation C. M 254 

Samuel H. M 694 

Satisfied 8. 7 272 

Saunders L. M. 6L 283 

Savior, Help Us 8. 7... 447 

Sawley O. M 152 

Schumann S. M 451 

Scott L. M 53 

Segur 8. 7. 4 306 

Selena L. M. 6L 81, 512 

Send the Light 661 

Separation P. M... 324. 481 

Serenity C. M 480 

Sessions L. M 

113,310,366,717 

Seymour 7 373,664 

Shawmut S. M. 183, 604. 615 

Shepherd 8. 7. D 693 

Shining Shore 302 

Shirland S. M 120, 135 

Shirley L. M ;.358 

Sicily 8. 7. 6L 37 

Siloam C. M 156,690 

Silver Street S. M 253 

Sims L. M. 6L 313 

Sinclair 8. 5. D 568 

Snyder L. M 395 

Softly and Tenderly 212 

Something for Jesus 6. 

4. 6 425 

Sometime We'll Under- 
stand L. M 503 

Southampton L. M. 6L. . .541 

Southport C. M 521 

Spanish Chant 7. 6L...242 

Speed Away 666 

Spohr C. M. D 231, 479 

St. Agnes C. M 

32,154,527,668 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF TUNES 



No. 

St Ann's C. M 189. COT 

St. Catherine L. M. 

6L 42.397 

St. Chrysostom L. M. GL.344 

St. Crispin L. M 224 

St. Cyprian 8. D 582 

St. Gertrude 6. 5. D 410 

St. John H. M 555 

St. Martin's C. M 524 

St. Oswald 8. 7 04 

St. Theresa 6. 5. D 295 

St. Thomas S. M...29. 74 

Stanley L. M. D 185 

State Street S. M... 71, 625 

Stella L. M. (5L 459,562 

Stephens C. M 31 

■Stockton C. M 196 

Stockvvell 8. 7 684 

Supplication L. M. 6L...506 

Swanwick C. M 452 

Sweet Hour L. M. D...461 
Sylvester 8. 7 400 

Take Time to be Holy. .303 

Tappan C. M 440 

Tennessee C. M. D . . . . 194 

Terrill C. M 472 

Thatcher S. M 

119,445,514.559 

The Christian's "Good- 
night" 10. 10. 10. 6. .594 
The Cleansing Blood 9.. 367 
The Comforter Has 

Come 109 

The Golden Key 5. 5. 7.. 493 
The Half Was Never 

Told C. M 518 

The Lord Is My Shep- 
herd 729 

The Lord Will Provide 

10. 10. 11. 11 55 

The Lord's Prayer 733 

The Prodigal's Return 
CM 458 



,No. 
The Savior With Me 

8. 7 440 

The Solid Rock L. M. 

6L 273 

The Stranger at the 

Door L. M 186 

The Whole Wide World 

7. 6. D 650 

The Wondrous Story 

8. 7 532 

Thei-e's a Land Far 

Away P. M 613 

Thy Will Be done 8. 8. 

8. 4 499 

Titusville 8. 8. 7 721 

To-day 6. 4. 6. 4 200 

Toplady 7. 6L 243 

Travis 7 271 

Triumph L. M. 6L 413 

True-Hearted, Whole- 

Hearted 387 

Truro L. M 252,609 

Tyrol 8. 7. 6L 98 

Under His Wifigs 8 515 

Uxbridge L. M. . .7, 116, 180 

Valentia O. M 143 

Varina C. M. D 639 

Vernon 8. D 301 

Vesper S. M 087 

Victoria S. M. D 418 

Victory Through Grace 

9. 7. 8. 7 409 

Voice of Triumph P. M. . 87 

Wallace L. M 462 

Walsal C. M 608 

Waltham L. M 648 

Ward L. M 9,574 

Ware L. M 181.232 

Wareham L. M 275 

Warner 8. D 298 

Warrington L. M 107 



No. 

Warwick C. M. . 259, 679, 722 
Watch and Pray 10. 7.. 496 

Watchman 7. D 053 

Waugh S. M 179 

Webb 7. 6. D 415 

Wellesley 8. 7 217,699 

We'll Girdle the Globe 

L. M 650 

Where Is Th:^ Refuge 

9. 8. D 219 

Whiter Tlian Snow .... .353 

Wliittier C. M. D 435 

Why Do You Wait 211 

Wil'helm L. M. D 155 

Willington L. M 483 

Willoughby 8. 8. 6 685 

Willow-Dale C. M. D. .394 

Wilmot 8. 7 48 

Wimborne L. M 651,670 

Winchester L. M U 

Windham L. M..202, 222, 572 

Windsor 7. D 654 

Wingate C. M. D 307 

Wirtemburg 7 673 

Woodbury 7. 6. D 652 

Woodland C. M 

47, 320. 348, 558, 730 

Woodstock C. M 509 

Woodworth L. M.... 239, 469 

Woolwich S. M 476 

Work Soug 7. 6. 7. 5... 390 

Worship the Lord 22 

Wrestling Jacob L. M. 

6L 341 

Wright S. M 688 



Yates L. M. 6L 605 

Yoakley L. M. 6L.. 131, 328 



Zephyr L. M. . .114. 225. 576 

Zerah C. M 557 

Zion 8. 7. 4 137,806 



471 



flDetdcal IFnbci 



NO. 



O.M. 



ABtioch 61 

Arlington 69,402 

A Soldier of the Cross 

(with chorus) 402 

Avon 339, 678 

Azmon 14, 144 

Balerma 198,456 

Beatitude 136, 519 

Belmont 30 

Boardman 525,551 

Bradford 381 

Brown 282 

Burlington 125 

Byzantium 128 

Cambridge 247 

Chelmsford 44.338 

Cherith 581 

Chesterfield 172 

Chimes 249,382 

China 191,002 

Christmas 63,393 

Church 240 

Cleansing Fountain. . . .245 

Communion 79, 161 

Cooling 246,454 

Coronation 92 

Coventry 321 

Cowper 245 

Critchlow 642 

Dalehurst 697 

Dean 336,563 

Dedham 163 

Denny 677 

Devizes 545 

Ditson 601 

Downs 127 

Dunfermline 96 

Dundee 52,126,575 

Elizabeth 263 

Evan 351, 379, 573 

Exhortation 337 

Geneva 530 

Green Hill 565 

Grigg 258,580 

Harvey's Chant 162 

Haven 426 

Heber 251 

Helena Ill 

Hermon 204 

Howard 350 

Hudson (with chorus )..5z2 



No. 

Hummel 39i 

Hymn 68 

I Do Believe (with 

chorus) 244 

I Know Whom I Have 

Believed (with oho.).. 443 

Jordan (with cho.) 627 

Lambeth 178,372,478 

Lanesboro 166 

Lingham 278 

Maitland 261, 676 

Manoah 4, 78 

Marlow 177,724 

Mear 474,553,608 

Miles Lane 92 

Mount Auburn 322 

Naomi 21, 190, 195, 516 

Newbold 167 

Northfield 28,442 

Oaksville 304 

O Come Angel Band 

(with chorus) 623 

O For a Soul 69S 

Olaf 16 

Ortonville 153, 526 

Parsons 124 

Pearl 689 

Peterboro 59 

Raphael 280 

Remsen 349 

Resignation 473 

Rhine 250,643 

Romberg 392 

Salome 471 

Salvation 254 

Sawley 152 

Serenity 480 

Siloam 156.690 

Southport 521 

St. Agnes . ..32, 154, 527, 668 

St. Ann's 189,667 

St. Martin's 524 

Stephens 31 

Stockton (with cho.)... 196 

Swanwick 452 

Tappan 440 

Terrill 472 

The Half Was Never 

Told (with cho.) 518 

The Prodigal's Return 

(with cho.) 458 

Valentia 143 

Walsal 608 



No. 

Warwick 259, 679, 722 

Woodland 

47,320,348,558,736 

Woodstock 509 

Zerah 557 

C. M. D. 

All Saints 414 

Athens 257 

Carol 62 

Comfort 584 

Goshen 585 

Materna 611 

Perseverance 552 

Quietude 346, 636 

Roberts 628 

Spohr 231,479 

Tennessee 194 

Varina 639 

Whittier 435 

Willow-Dale 394 

Wingate 307 

H. M. 

Arthur's Seat 411 

Carmarthen 347 

Darwall 73, 

Haddam 122 

LaDue 540 

Lenox 51,281,388 

Lischer 168,197,229 

Logan 101 

Millennium 674 

Murray. 566 

Samuel 694 

St. John 555 

L. M. 

AgneW 401 

Allen 147 

Ames 361 

Andre 359 

Anvern 140,663 

Appleton 138 

Ashwell 577 

Assurance 85 

Aurora 6 

Baca 598 

Behold Me at the Door 
(with cho.) 199 



472 



METRICAL INDEX 



No. 

Bera 148,464 

Bischoflf 465 

Bridgewater. 12 

Brookfield 354 

Bryant 404 

Bula 734 

Burton 50 

Byers 431 

Canonbury 70 

Carmel 289 

Caton 133 

Crasselius 412 

Desire 130,385 

Duke Street 

5,267,287,363,649 

Dwight 463 

Ebey 288,323 

Effingham 614 

Ernan 158 

Eucharist 160 

Evening Hymn 681 

Eventide 312 

Federal Street 327, 433 

Forest 95, 188, 616 

Forward (with cho.).-.396 

Germany 265 

Gilmore (with cho.) 523 

Glen Ellyn 335 

Gratitude 173 

Hamburg. . .230,333,468,511 
Happy Day (with cho.)..256 

Harmony Grove 149 

Hartel 65 

Hebron 

185,460,682,706,719 

Holy Cross 364 

Hursley 513, 683 

Idaho 141 

Illinois 33 

Invitation Hymn . , . 210, 334 

Jennings 711 

Lee 672 

Leffing\\-ell 579 

Long 142 

Louvan 170 

Loving-Kindness 54 

Malvern 76,591 

Melmore 221 

Mendon. . . .27,293,429,671 

Migdol 93,365 

Missionary Chant 662 

Morning Hymn 680 

Octavius 20 

Old Hundred 1.735 

Olive's Brow 80 

Park Street 10 

Pearce 311 

Perry Street 15 

Pilesgrove 187 

Punshon 171 



No. 

Rest 578 

Retreat 466, 507 

Rocklhgham .3,115,248,2»4 

Rolland 169 

Rothwell 357 

Russia 538 

Safety 502 

Scott 53 

Sessions. . .113,310,366,717 

Shirley 358 

Snyder 395 

Sometime We'll Under- 
stand (with cho.)....503 

St. Crispin ■ 224 

The Stranger at the 

Door (with cho.) 186 

Truro 252.669 

Uxbridge 7, 116, 180 

Wallace 462 

Waltham 648 

Ward 9,574 

Ware 181,232 

Wareham 275 

Warrington 107 

We'll Girdle the Globe 

(with cho.) 650 

Willington 483 

Wimborne 651', 670 

Winchester 11 

Windham 202,222,572 

Woodworth 239,469 

Zephyr 114, 225, 576 

L. M. 6L. 

Brentford 269 

Brownell 290 

Calvin 43 

Chesbro 597 

Clark 132 

Fillmore 266 

Gladden. 8 

Haydn 374 

Jefferson. 360 

Monmouth 25,308 

Nashville 362 

Newcourt 329 

Palestine 504 

Rakem 305,428 

Saunders 283 

Selena 81.512 

Sims 313 

Southampton 541 

St. Catherine 42, 397 

St. Chrysostom 344 

Stella 459. 562 

Supplication 506 

The Solid Rock 273 

Triumph 413 

Wrestling Jacob 341 

Yates 696 

473 



No. 
Yoakley 131,328 

L. M. D. 

Bonny Doon 430 

Centennial 713 

Creation 49 

Duane 264 

Ethan 505 

Rockaway 86 

Stanley 185 

Sweet Hour 461 

Wilhelm 155 

P. M. 

Amsterdam 368,632 

Barnes 596 

Battle Hymn of the Re- 
public ( with cho. ) 701 

Bethlehem 67 

Chautauqua (with cho.). 710 

Ein' Feste Burg 422 

Herald 60 

Home of the Soul 595 

Lucas 567 

Lux Benigna 444 

Maryland 720 

Penitence 455,603 

Risen Lord 89 

Rowley 292 

Royal Way 332 

Russian Hymn .708 

Separation 324,481 

There's a Land Far 

Away 613 

Voice of Triumph 87 

S. M. 

Altoona. 621 

Badea "83 

Boylston 145,237 

Capello 587 

Conquest (with cho.) 

207,420 

Day 570 

Dennis 56,546 

Dove 700 

El Kader 157 

Ferguson 617 

Golden Hill 475 

Greenwood 369 

Guardian 371 

Hope 589 

Kentucky 477 

Laban 406 

Leighton 38U 

Lisbon 150,403 

Luther 24 

Marching to ZIon (with 

chorus) 536 



METRICAL rNDEX 



No. 

Marshall 315 

Miller (with ref.) 569 

Mousell. 238 

Nearer My Home (with 

chorus). . 024 

Olmutz 223 

Owen 370 

Ozreui 533 

Rhodes 285 

Rialto 737 

Schumann 451 

Shawmut 183.604.615 

Shirland 120.135 

Silver Street (with 

chorus) 253 

State Street 71.625 

St. Thomas 29, 74 

Thatcher . . 119, 445, 514, 559 

Vesper 687 

Waugh 179 

Woolwich 476 

Wright 688 

S. M. D. 

Bonar 607 

Conflict 416 

Diademata 18 

Elmswood .•262,279 

Forever With the Lord 

(with ref.) 600 

Lebanon 277,438 

Leominster 236 

Pastor Bonus 318 

Richmond 497 

Victoria 418 

4. 6. 4. 
Beloved, Sleep 588 

5. 5. 7. 

The Golden Key 493 

6. 6L. 

Bliss 317 

6. D. 
Jewett 500 

6. 4. 

America .707 

Arnold 709 

Cutting 665 

Dort 725 

Fiat Lux 718 

Italian Hymn 45 



No. 

Lyte 13 

New Haven 702 

Olivet 494 

6. 4. 0. 

Bethany 495 

Jesus Is Mine 427 

More Love to Thee 314 

Oak 644 

Only for thee 331 

Something for Jesus. ...425 

6. 4. 6. 4. 
To-day (with chorus)-.. .200 

6. 5. D. 

Crete 716 

St. Gertrude (with 

refrain) 410 

St. Theresa (with 

refrain) 295 

6. 5. 6. 4. 
Harroun (with ref.) 201 

6. 6. S. 4. 
Invocation 121 

6. 6. 8. 4. 
John Street 634 

6. 6. 9. 
Beloved 276 

7. 

Aletta 117,554 

Cook 606 

Cross of Jesus 738 

Dallas 35 

Depth of Mercy (with 

chorus) 453 

Dijon 38 

Eshtemoa 486 

Essex 88 

Ferrier 380 

Fisk^ 118 

Fulton 297 

Gentle Jesus 691 

Haste, Return ( with 

chorus) 218 

Heinlein 441 

Hendou 159.330 

Holly 386 

474 



No. 

Horton 377 

Innocents 485 

I^ad Me, Savior (with 

chorus) 434 

Mercy 630 

Pleyel's Hymn 193 

Seymour 373,664 

Travis 271 

Wirtemburg 673 

7. 6L. 

Eltham 164 

Halle 593 

Nuremberg 319 

Pilot Me 424 

Redhead 605 

Rosefield 213,548 

Sabbath 175 

Spanish Chant 242 

Toplady 243 

7. D. 

Albion 375 

Benevento 564 

Blumenthal 549 

Fox 622 

Guide 112,547 

Herald Angels 58 

Hollingside 208 

Martyn 436 

Messiah 487 

Refuge 436 

Watchman 653 

Windsor 654 

7. 6. 

Consecration ( with 
chorus) 325 

Gone Home (with 
refrain). . . 592 

7. 6. D. 

Another Year 561 

Aurelia 134 

Bolton 255 

Dresden (with cho.)....704 

Eden 712 

Ewing 641 

God Bless Our Home.. 686 

Greenland 102 

Hogue 658 

I Love to Tell the Story 

(with cho.) 544 

Immanuel's Land ..618 

Lymington 660 

MacDonald 129 

Mendebras 174 



METRICAL INDEX 



No. 

Miriam 77 

Missionary Hymn 659 

The Whole Wide World 

(wUh cho.) 656 

Webb 415 

Woodbury 652 

7. 6. 7. 5. 
Work Song 390 

7. 6. 8. 6. 
Rapture 646 

8. with chorus 

Mighty to Save 355 

Under His Wings 515 

8. D. 

Contrast 528,619 

Delight. 316 

Enon's Isle 103,300 

St. Cyprian oS2 

Vernon 301 

Warner 298 

8. 5. with chorus 

Land of Rest 645 

Ix)rd, I'm Coming 
H«?me 235 

8. 5. D. 

Sinclair 568 

Midnight Watches 568 

8. 5. 8. 3. 
Bullinger 227 

8. 6. 8. 8. 6. 

Eternal Light 26 

Peaceful Res^t 638 

8. 7. 

BartimeuR 123,705 

Dorrnance 401.586 

Face to Face ( with 

chorus) 640 

Fill Me Now (with 

chorus) 110 

It Reaches Me (with 

refrain) 356 

Mount A'ornon 696 

Rathbun 241.539 

Satisfied (with cho.)... 272 
Savior. Help Us (with 

chorus). . 447 

Stockwell 684 



No. 

St. Oswald 64 

Sylvester 400 

The Wondrous Story 

(with cho.) 532 

The Savior With Me 

(with cho.) 446 

Wilmot 48 

Wellesley 217,699 

8. 7. 6L. 

Dulce Carmen 675 

Maxwell 108 

Regent Square 97 

Sicily 37 

Tyrol 98 

8. 7. D. 

All for Jesus 326 

Armstrong 398 

Austria 490 

Autumn 94,309 

Bavaria 165 

Bread Upon the Waters.. 655 

Converse : .489 

Disciple 105 

Faben 57 

Greenville 36 

Harwell 104. 1.39, 146 

Invitation (with cho.).. 184 

Let Me Stay ,399 

Love Divine 383 

Montgomery 4,32 

Nettleton 226 

Pentecost 352 

Praise 5.35 

ReQua (with cho. ) ..384, 657 
Shepherd 693 

8. 7. 3. 
Even Me 209,234 

8. 7. 4. 

Alvan 34 

Brest 82,609 

Oliphant 90 

Segur 306 

Zion 137,306 

8. 7. 8. 7. 7. 7. with 
Hallelujah 

Harwell 543 

8. 7. 8. 7. 8. 8. 7. 
Golden Chain 17 

475 



No. 



8. 8. 6. 



Ariel 72,556 

Bremen 376 

Chardou 151 

Glorious Hope 378 

Happy Pilgrim 626 

Hedding 294,571 

Meribah 482 

Willoughby 685 

8. 8. 7. 
Titusville. . i 721 

8. 8. 8. 4. 

Hanford 499 

Thy Will Be Done 494» 



8. 7. 



Abel. 



84 



8. 8. 8. 8. 6. with refrain 
Matheson 448 

"9. w'ith chorus 
The Cleansing Blood 367 

9. 7. 8. 7. with chorus 
Victory Through Grace. .409 

9. 8. with chorus 
Prince of My Peace 268 

9. 8. D. with chorus 
Where Is Thy Refuge. .219 

10. 

Abide With Me 484 

Filers 39 

Pax Tecum 520 

10. 6. with chorus 
Come, Great Deliverer. .457 

10. 7. with chorus 
Watch and Pray 496 

10. 8. 11. 8. with refrain 
No Room in Heaven . . . 220 

10. 9. with refrain 

Leaning on the Ever- 
lasting Arms 450 



METRICAL INDEX 



No. 

10. 10. 10. 6. 

I Shall B e Satisfied 
(with refrain) 590 

The Christian's "Good- 
night" 59i 

10. 11. 
Laughlin 291 

10. 10. 11. 11. 

Lyons 23, 75 

The Lord Will Provide.. 55 
Rex 714 

11. 

Adeste Fideles 423 

Alma Mater 723 



No. 

Expostulation 216 

Foundation 423 

Frederick 20.3 

Gordon 529 

Hiding in Thee (with 

refrain) 437 

Home, Sweet Home 

(with ref.) 612 

I Love Thee 542 

Portuguese Hymn 423 

11. 8. 

He Hideth My Soul 

(with cho.) 531 

Convert 537 

11. 10. 
Alma 508 

MISCELLANEOUS 



No. 
Almost Persuaded 206 

Arise and Shine (with cho.) 99 

Blessed Assurance (with cho.) 286 

Bless the Lord 728 

Christ Arose (with cho.) 91 

Christ Returneth (with cho.) 100 

Come to Me 730 

Confession 732 

Forgiven 274 

Gloria Patri 726 

God Be With You (with cho.) 40 

In the Morning (with cho.) 296 

I Shall Be Like Him (with cho.) 631 

Is There Room for Me (with cho. ).... 2,33 

It Is Well with My Soul (with ref.) 517 

Jesus Will Give You Rest (with cho.) . .205 

Lord, Tarry Not 731 

One Sweetly Solemn Thought 727 



No. 

Ancient of Days 43 

He Leadeth Me (with 

chorus) 449 

Henley 106,510 

Oberland (with cho.). ..633 
Raynoldg 299 



11. 10. D. 
He Was Not Willing. ..647 

11. 12. 
iiOngwood 534 

11. 12. 12. 10. 
Nicsea 46 

No. 



O Why Not To-night (with cho.) 214 

Prodigal Child 215 

Rodman 66 

Room for Thee (with cho.) 692 

Send the Light (with cho.) 661 

Shining Shore 302 

Softly and Tenderly (with cho.) 212 

Speed Away 666 

Take Time to Be Holy 303 

The Comforter Has Come (with cho.).. 109 

The Lord Is My Shepherd 729 

The Lord's Prayer 733 

True-Hearted, Whole -Hearted ( with 

chorus) 387 

Whiter Than Snow (with cho.) 353 

Why Do You Wait (with cho.) 211 

Worship the Lord (with cho.) 22 



Ifnbei of Hutbots of M^mns 



Albel, Rev. Asa, 84 

Adams, John Quincy (1767-1848), 699 
Adams, Mrs. Sarah Flower (1805-1848), 495 
Addison, Joseph (1672-1719), 49, 428, 530. 

722 
Alexander. Rev. James Waddell, D.D. (1804- 

1859), 77 
Alexander, Rev. Joseph Addison, D.D. (1809- 

1860), 608 
Alford, Rev. Henry. D.D. (1810-1871), 646 
Allen, Rev. James (1734-1804), 491 
Amis, Lewis R., 677 
Andrew of Crete, Saint, Archbishop (660- 

732), 716 
Arnold, Mrs. Helen Smith (1849-1873), 449, 

584 592 
Auber. Miss Harriet (1773-1862), 167, 664 
Bakewell, Rev. John (1721-1819). 94 
Barbauld, Mrs. Anna Lsetitia (1743-1825), 

577 
Baring-Gould, Rev. Sabine, A.M. (1834 ), 

410 
Barton, Bernard (1784-1849), 304 
Bathurst, Rev. William Hiley (1796-1877), 

116, 474, 579, 581 
Beddome. Rev. Benjamin, A.M. (1717-1795), 

119, 183. 238, 250, 560 
Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), 77, 248, 

527 
Bernard of Cluny (12th century), 641 
Bickersteth, Bishop Edward Henry, D.D. 

(182.5 ), 164, 520 

Binney, Rev. Thomas, D.D. (1798-1874), 

26 
Bliss, Philip Paul (1838-1876), 206, 518 
Boehm, Anthony Wilhelm (1673-1722), 248 
Bonar, Mrs. Catharine Jane, 427 
Bonar, Rev. Horatius, D.D. (1808-1889). 

201, 257, 277. 431, 501, 569. .590. 731 
Borthwick, Miss Jane (1813-1897). 500 
Bottome, Rev. F. (1823-1849). 109, 701 
Bourignon. Madame Antoinette (1616-1680), 

359 
Bowring. Sir John, LL.D. (1792-1872), 48, 

70. 539, 653, 732 

Brace, Rev. Seth Collins (1810 ), 700 

Breck. Mrs. Frank A. (Mrs. Carrie Ellis 

Breck) (1855 ), 640 



Bridges, 
Brooks, 

700 
Brooks, 

67 
Brown, 

451 



Matthew (1800-1893), 
Rev. Charles Timothy 

Bishop Phillips, D.D. 

Mrs. Phoebe Hinsdale 



19 
(1813-1833). 

(1835-1893), 

(1783-1861), 



Bryant, William Cullen (1794-1878), 667 
Burns, Rev. James Drummond, A.M. (1823- 

1864), 694 
Burton, John, Jr. (1803-1877), 696 
Butler, Ella Hamlin, 713 
Campbell, Miss Jane Montgomery (1817- 

1878), 704 
Cary, Miss Phoebe (1824-1871), 624, 727 
Caswall, Rev. Edward, A.M. (1814-1878), 

527 
Cawood, Rev. John, A.M. (1775-1852), 64 
Cennick, Rev. John (1718-1755), 264, 297, 

717, 719 
Charles, Mrs. Elizabeth Bundle (1828-1896), 

441 
Chorley, Henry Fothergill (1808-1872), 708 
Clark, James G., 613 
Clark, Rev. William Henry (1854 ), 396, 

588 • 
Claudius, Matthias (1740-1815), 704 
Clute, Rev. Morse Vandeuburg (1823-1896), 

399 

Codner, Mrs. Elizabeth (1835 ), 234 

Collyer, Rev. William Bengo, D.D. (1782- 

1854), 195 
Cook. Rev. Joseph (1838-1901), 606 
, Cornelius, Rev. Maxwell N., D.D., 503 

Coster, Rev. George Thomas (1835 ), 411 

Cotterill, Mrs. M. Jane (1819 ). 358 

Cotterill, Rev. Thomas, A.M. (1779-1823), 

401, 558. 705 
Cousin, Mrs. Anne Ross Cundell (1824 

), 618 

Cowper, William (1731-1800), 27, 52, 125, 

245, 271, 456, 467 
Coxe, Bishop Arthur Cleveland, D.D., LL.D., 

(1818-1896), 568 
Craft. W., 268 

Crewdson, Mrs. Jane Fox (1808-1863), 106 
Crosby, Mrs. Fanny J. (Mrs. Frances Jane 

Van Alstyne) (1820 ), 199, 205, 218, 

219. 228. 286. 296. 409, 446, 457, 496, 531 
Gushing, Rev. William O. (1823 ), 220, 

437 
Cutter, William, 697 
Dake, Rev. Vivian Adelbert (1855-1892), 

650 
Da vies. Rev. Samuel (1723-1761), 310 
Davis, Frank M. (1839-1897). 434 
Deck, Rev. James George (1802-1883). 13 
Denham, Rev. David (1791-1848), 612 
Doane. Bishop George Washington, D.D. 

(1799-1859), 68, 648 
Doane, Bishop William Croswell, D.D. 

(1832 ), 41 



Ml 



INDEX OF AUTHORS OF HYMNS 



John Sullivan (1813-1893), 
Timothy, D.D. (1752-1817). 



Doddridge, Rev. Philip, D.D. (1702-1751), 

56, 59, 138, 140, 143, 154, 162, 169, 253, 

256, 282, 323, 393, 538, 570, 669, 706 
Doudney, Miss Sarah (1881), 594 
Draper, Rev. Bourne Hall (1775-1843), 662 
Dryden, John (1631-1701), 42 
Duffield, Rev. George, Jr., D.D. (1818-1888), 

415 
Dwight, Rev, 

709 
Dwight, Rev. 

135, 185 
Ecking, Samuel, 511 
Edgar, R., 655 

Edmeston, James (1791-1867), 660, 684 
Ellerton. Rev. John, A.M. (1826-1893), 39 
Elliott, Miss Charlotte (1789-1871), 239, 465, 

499, 730 
Elliott, Mrs. Emily Elizabeth Steele ( 

1897), 692 
Evans, Rev. Jonathan (1748-1809), 82 
Faber, Rev. Frederick William, D.D. (1814- 

1863). 21, 217, 391, 392, 397. 633 
Fawcett. Rev. John, D.D. (1740-1317), 124, 

192, 546 
Findlater, Mrs. Sarah Laurie Borthwick 

(1823-1886), 102 
Ford, Rev. David Everard, 572 
Ford, L. E., 105 
Francis, Rev. Benjamin, A.M. 

674 
Galbriel, Charles Henry (1857- 
Gambold, Bishop John, A.M. 

291 
Gates, Mrs. Ellen Huntington, 215, 595 
Gerhardt, Rev. Paulus (1607-1676), 123, 290, 

438 439 
Gibbons, Rev. Thomas. D.D. (1720-1785), 

287 

Gill, Thomas Hornblovrer (1819 ), 17 

Gilmore, Rev. Joseph Henry, A.M., D.D. 

(1834 ), 523 

Grant, Sir Robert (1785-1838), 23, 242. 487 
Gregory, Saint, Pope, the Great (c. 540-604), 

114 
Grigg, Rev. Joseph (1728-1768), 186, 327 
Guyon, Madame Jeanne M. B. (1648-1717), 

505, 513 
tiammond, J. Dempster, 656 
Hammond. Rev. William (1719-1783), 35, 74 
Hankey, Miss Katharine (19th century), 544 
Harris, Thoro, Mus. Doc. (1874 ), 686, 

714 
Hart, Rev. Joseph (1712-1768), 32, 184, 1 191. 

232, 460 
Hartsough, Rev. Louis (1828 ), 316, 

325. 398 
Hascall. Rev. Jefferson, 623 
Hastings, Thomas, Mus. Doc. (1784-1872), 

203. 492, 508, 586 
Hatfield, Rev. Edwin Francis, D.D. (1807- 

1883), 724 



(1734-1799). 

— ), 661 
(1711-1771), 



Havergal, Miss Frances Ridley (1836-1879), 

317, 330, 387, 395, 400, 522, 561 
Flaweis, Rev. Thomas, M.D., LL.B. (1732- 

1820), 111, 480 
Hay, Hon. John (1838-1905), 255, 711 / 
Hayward, Thomas (1806), 168 
Heath, Rev. George (1781-1822), 408 
Heber, Bishop Reginald, D.D. (1783-1826), 

46, 66, 198, 414, 659, 690 
Hedge, Rev. Frederick Henry, D.D. (1805- 

1S90), 422 
Heginbotham, Rev. Ottiwell (1744-1768), 130 
Hewitt, Miss Eliza Edmunds (1851 ), 

233, 331, 353, 447 
Hill, Rev. Rowland (1744-1833), 616 
Hoffman, Rev. Elisha Albright (1839 ), 

367, 450 
Hogue, Bishop Wilson Thomas, Ph.D. (1852 

), 8. 18, 24, 89, 159. 176. 373, 469, 507 

Holden, Oliver (1765-1844), 486 

Holland, Josiah G. (1819-1881), 60 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, M.D., LL.D. (1809- 

1894), 50 
Hopper. Rev. Edward, D.D. (1818-1888), 

424 
How, Bishop William Walsham, D.D. (1823- 

1897), 129 

Howe. Mrs. Julia Ward (1819 ). 703 

Humphreys, Rev. Joseph (1720 ), 550 

Hunter Rev. William, D.D. (1811-1877), 

274, 645 
James. Mary D., 326, 356 
Jones, Rev. Edmund (1722-1765), 194 
Judson, Adoniram, 471 
Keble, Rev. John, A.M. (1792-1866), 683. 

712 
Keene, Robert (18th century). 423 
Kelly, Rev. Thomas (1769-1855), 34, 90, 96. 

07. 137. 146, 403. 543 
Ken, Bishop Thomas, D.D. (1637-1711), 1, 

680, 681, 734, 735 
Kirkpa trick, William James (1838 ), 

235, 698 
Lange, Joachim, 329 
Lathbury, Miss Mary A. (1841 ), 90. 

710 
Laurenti, Laurentius (1660-1722), 102 
Leland, Rev. John (1754-1841). 687 
Lindsav, Anna R. B. (1909), 715 
Longstaff, W. D., 303 I 

Lowrv, Rev. Robert. D.D. (1826-1899), 22,91 
Luther, Rev. Martin. D.D. (1483-1546), 15, 

422 
Lvte. Rev. Henry Francis, A.M. (1773-1847), 

309, 484, 521 . J 

Macduff. Rev. John Ross, D.D. (1818-1895), 1 

610 
Maokav. Mrs. Margaret (1802-1887), 578 
Matheson. Rev. George, D.D., LL.D. (1842 

). 448 

Maxwell, Mrs. Mary Hamlin (1814-1853), 

108 



478 



INDEX OF Al'TIJOUS OF HYMNS 



Joseph (1814-1892), 207, 
Samuel (1738-1799), 54, 63, 
Johann Wilhelm, D.D. (1797- 



McCreery, Rev. 

420 
Medley, Rev. 

72. 85. 247 
Meiuhold, Rev 

1851?). 596 

Meyer, Mrs. Lucy Rider (1849 ). 647 

Montgomery. James (1771-1854), 29. 33, 5r, 

115, 120, 126, 136, 145, 166. 200, 311, 412, 

432. 478, 600, 604. 658, 671. 689. 702 
Moore,' Thomas (1779-1852). 508, 509 
Mote, Rev. Edward (1797-1874), 273 
Neale. Rev. John Mason, D.D. (1818-1866), 

227. 641, 675, 716 
Nelson, David, M.D. (1793-1S44), 302 

Nelson. Rev. Thomas Hiram (1864 ). 

' 666 
Newman. Cardinal John Henry, D.D. (1801- 

1890), 111 
Newton.' Rev. John (1725-1807). 55. 09, 139. 

175, 259, 263. 320, 454, 458, 476. 485. 

528, 564, 609 
Nicholson, James (19th century). 515 
Occum. Rev. Samson (1723-1792), 210 
Olivers, Rev. Thomas (1725-1799). 535, 634, 

635 
Palmer. Rev. Ray. D.D. (1808-1887). 121, 

494, 615, 651 
rark. Rev. Roswell, D.D. (1807-1869), 165 
Peabody, William Bourn Oliver, D.D. (1799- 

1847), 697 
Peacock, Rev. John (1731-1803), 156 
Perronet, Rev. Edward (1726-1792), 92 
Pierpont, Rev. John (1785-1866), 3, 673 
Prentiss, Mrs. Elizabeth Pavson (1818- 

1878), 314 
Punshon. W. M., 171 
Rankin. Rev. Jeremiah Eames, D.D., LL.D. 

(1828-1803), 40 
Reed, Rev. Andrew, D.D. (1787-1862), 118, 

379 
Reed, Elizabeth, 214 
ReQua, Mrs. Harriet Warner (1844 ), 

384 
Robert II., King of France (970-1031), 121 
Robinson, Rev. Charles Seymour, D.D., 

LL.D., 425 
Robinson. Rev. Robert (1735-1790), 226 
Root. George Frederick. Mus. Doc. (1820- 

1895), 211 
Rothe. Johann Andreas (1688-1758), 269. 

270 
Rowley. Rev. Francis H.. 532 
Scheffler, Rev. Johann Angelus (1624-1677), 

308 
Schmolk, Rev. Beuiamin (1672-1737), 500 
Scott, Rev. Thomas (1708-1776). 193 
Scott, Sir Walter (1771-1832), 53 
Scriven, Joseph (1829-1886), 489 
Seagrave, Rev. Robert. A.M. (1693-1759?), 

632 
Sears. Rev. Edmund Hamilton, D.D. (1810- 

1876), 62 



Shirley, Rev. Walter, A.M. (1725-1786), 37, 

491 
Shrubsole. William. Jr. (1759-1829), 663 
Sigourney, Mrs. Lydia Huntley (1791-1865), 

389 
Smith, Rev. Samuel Francis, D.D. (1808- 

1895), 200, 652. 707 
Smvthe, Edwin, 36 

Spafford, Henry G. (19th century), 517 
Spencer, Rev. William Anson, A.M., D.D. 

(1840-1901), 631 
Spurgeon, Rev. Cnarles Haddon (1834- 

1892), 498 
Stanley, Rev. Arthur Penrhyn, D.D. (18*5- 

1881), 605 
Steele, Miss Anne (1716-1778), 179. 181, 

246, 516, 574. 621 
Stennett, Rev. Joseph (1663-1713), 170 
Stennett. Rev. Samuel, D.D. (1727-1795), 

309, 580. 627 
Stephen the Sabaite, Saint (725-794), 227 
Stocker. John, 117 

Stockton. Rev. John H. (1813-1877), 196 
Stokes, Rev. Elwood II. (1815-1895). 110 
Stone. Rev. Samuel John, A.M. (1839 ), 

134 
Stowell, Rev. Hugh, A.M. (1799-1865), 466 
Swain. Rev. Joseph (1761-1796), 537 
Talcott, Walter H., 352 
Tappan, Rev. William Bingham (1794- 

1849), 80, 638 
Tate and Brady (17th century), 736 
Tate, Nahum (1652-1715), 736 
Taylor, Jane (19th century). 229 
Taylor, Rev. Thomas Rawson (1807-1835), 

(>44 
Tersteegen, Gerhard (1697-1769), 25, 344, 

364 
Thomas of Celano (13th century), 605 
Thompson. Will L. (1849-1909), 212 
Thring. Rev. Godfrey (1823-1903), 295 
Thrupp. Miss Dorothy Ann (1779-1847), 693 
Toplady, Rev. Augustus Montague, A.M. 

(1(40-1778), 156. 243, 351, 630 
Turner. H. L. (19th century). 100 

Waiford. Rev. William W. (1849 ), 461 

Walker, Miss Annie L. (19th century), 390 
Ware, Rev. Henry. Jr.. D.D. (1794-1843). 

87 
Warnei', Miss Anna Bartlett (1821 ). 

299 
Waterman, Mrs. Catherine H.. 510 
Watts, Rev. Isaac. D. D. (1674-1748), 1, 2, 
4, 6, 7, 9., 10, 12, 16. 31, 51, 61. 73. 79. 
83, 86. 133. 150. 160, 161, 173, 180, 202. 
204, 222. 240. 254, 278, 280. 284, 289, 293, 
821. 402, 433. 442, 524, 525, 533, 5.36. 541, 
573. 575. 576. 583, 589, (501, 614, 639, 642, 
649, 668. 679. 682 
Wells, Marcus M. (19th century), 112 
Wesley. Rev. Charles, A.M. (1708-1788), 5, 
11, 14, 28, .30. 43, 44, 45. 47, 58. 71, 75. 
76. 81, 88, 93, 98, 101, 103, 104. 107, 113, 



479 



INDEX OP ATTTHORS OF HYMNS 



122, 127, 128, 131, 132, 141, 142, 144, 149, 
151, 152, 153, 158, 163, 172, 177, 178, 182, 
187, 188, 189, 197, 208, 210, 213, 221, 223, 
224, 225, 230, 231, 236, 237, 241, 244, 249, 
251, 252, 258, 260, 261, 262, 265, 266, 267, 
275, 276, 279, 281, 283, 285, 288, 292, 294, 
298, 300, 301, 305, 312, 313, 315, 318, 319, 
322, 324, 328, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 338, 
339, 340, 341, 342, 343, 345, 346, 347, 348, 
349, 350, 354, 357, 360, 361, 362, 363, 365, 
368, 370, 371, 372, 374, 375, 376, 377, 378, 
380. 381, 383, 385, 386, 388, 394, 406, 407, 
413, 416, 417, 418, 419, 421, 426, 429, 430, 
436, 445, 453, 455, 459, 462, 463, 464, 
470, 472, 473, 475, 477, 479, 481, 482, 
483, 488, 490, 497, 502, 504, 506, 512, 
514, 526, 534, 540, 545, 547, 548, 549, 
551, 552, 553, 554, 555, 556, 557, 559, 
562, 563, 565, 566, 567, 571, 582, 585, 587, 
591, 593, 597, 599. 602, 603, 607, 617, 619, 
620, 622, 625, 628, 629, 636, 637, 654, 685, 
691, 695, 738 

Wesley, Rev. John, A.M. (1703-1791), 1, 20, 
25, 95, 147, 148, 269. 270, 290, 308, 329, 
344, 359, 364. 366, 382, 404, 405, 438, 439, 
536, 626, 683, 737 

Wesley, Rev. Samuel, Jr. (1691-1739-), 598 



Wesley, Rev. Samuel, Sr. (1662-1735), 78 
White, Henry Kirke (1785-1806), 38, 65 
Whittier, John Greenleaf (1807-1892), 435 
Whittingham, William, 440 
Whittle, Major Daniel Webster (1839-1901), 

443 
Wilks, M., 190 
Williams. Benjamin, 157 

Williams, Mrs. Clara Tear (1858 ), 272 

Williams, Rev. William (1717-1791), 306 
Winchester, Caleb Thomas, A.M. (1847 

), 672 

Wingate, Mrs. Mary Brown (1845 ), 307 

Winkler, Rev. Johann Joseph (1670-1722), 

147, 148 
Winkworth, Miss Catharine (1829-1878), 

596 
Wistar, Thomas, 723 
Wittenmyer, Mrs. Annie, 355 
Wolcott, Rev. Samuel, D.D. (1813-1886), 

665 
Wordsworth, Bishop Christopher, D.D. 

(1807-1885), 155, 174 
Young, J. (19th century), 718 
Zinzendorf, Bishop Nicolaus Ludwig, Count 

von (1700-1760), 20, 95, 366 



Unbei: of Composers 



Abbey, Alonzo Judson (1825 ), 246, 454 

Abbott, Henry, 570 

Able, Johann Rudolph (1625-1673), 319 

Allen, Chester G., 147 

Allen, George Nelson (1812-1877), 261, 676 

Arne, Thomas Augustine, Mus. Doc. (1710- 

1778), 69, 402 
Baillot, Pierre Marie Francois de Sales 

(1771-1842), 90 

Baker, Benjamin Franklin (1811 ), 462 

Baltzell, Rev. Isaiah (1832-1893), 220 
Barnby, Sir .Joseph (1838-1896), 17. 67, 238, 

344 
Bartbelemon, Francois Hippolite (1741- 

1808), 680 
Beethoven, Ludwig von (1770-1827), 265, 

471 
Bellini, Vincenzo (1802-1835), 463 
Bilhorn, Peter Philip, 532 
Bliss, Philip Paul (1838-1876), 99, 206, 317, 

517, 518 

Blumenthal, Jacob Jacques (1829 ), 549 

Bond, Hugh ( 1792), 329 

Bortnyanski, Dmitri Stepanovitch (1751 

1825), 53 
Best, Rev. P. Ami D. (1790-1874). 173 
Boyce, William, Mus. Doc. (1710-1779), 138 
Boyd, Robert, 194 
Bradbury, William Batchelder (1816-1868), 

80, 111, 114, 117, 162, 169, 209. 225, 234. 

239, 273, 282, 297, 384, 394, 461, 469, 523, 

534, 554, 576, 578, 598, 623, 657, 693 
Bryant, John R., 367 
Bula, Mrs. Fannie Birdsall (1864 ), 431, 

618, 734 
Bullinger, Rev. Ethelbert William, D.D. 

(1877), 227 
Burgmueller, Freidrich (1804-1824), 250, 

643 
Burney, Charles, Mus. Doc. (1726-1814), 252, 

669 
Burrowes, John Freckleton (1787-1852), 125 
Bushey, J. Calvin, 214 
Caldbeck, George T., 520 
Caldicott, Alfred James, Mus. B. (1842- 

1897). 318 
Caldwell, William, 54 

Calkin, John Baptiste (1827 ), 555, 648 

Camp, Harvey. Clark (1849 ), 621 

Carey, Henry (1685-1743), 707 
Chapin. Aaron, 95, 188, 475. 616, 687 
Chetham, Rev. John (16857-1760?), 177, 724 
Cberubini, Maria Luigi Carlo Zenobi Salva- 

tore (1760-1842), 35 



Clark, Thomas (1775-1859), 88 

Clark, Rev. William Henry (1854 ), 588 

Cole, I. P., 44, 338 

Cole, John (c. 1774-1855), 530 

Coles, Rev. George (1792-1858), 264, 634 

Conkey, Ithamar (1815-1867), 241, 539 

Converse, Charles Crozat, LL.D. (1834 ), 

489 
Cottman, Arthur /c. 1842-1879), 697 
Crane, 685 

Critchlow,' Rev. John Miner (1855 ), 72J 

Croft. William, Mus. Doc. (1678-1727), 189. 

667 
Cuthbert, Mrs. Elizabeth H., 350 
Cutler, Henry Stephen, Mus. Doc. (1824- 

1902), 414 
Dake, Mrs. Ida May (Mrs. Ida May Dake 

Parsons) (1860 ), 650 

Darwall, Rev. John, B.A. (1731-1789), 73 
Davis. Frank M. (1839-1897), 434 
DeMonti, 541 

DeMund, Arthur Lou (1877 ), 435 

Devereux, L. (1811-1884), 525. 551 
Dixon, Robert William (1750-1825), 166 
Doane, William Howard, Mus. Doc. (1832 

) 215 314 457 

Donizetti, Gaetano (1797-1848), 280 

Dutton, Deodatus, Jr. (c.l810-c.l832), 509 

Dykes, Rev. John Bacchus, A.M., Mus. Doc. 

(1823-1876). 32, 46, &4, 136, 154, 208, 358, 

364, 380, 400, 444, 519, 527, 668, 718 
Edson, Lewis (1748-1820), 51, 281, 388, 528, 

619 
Elvey, Sir George Job, Mus. Doc. (1816- 

1893) 18 224 654 
Emerson. Luther Orlando (1820 ), 113, 

310, 366, 717 
Emmelar, 398 
Everett. A. B., 497 

Ewing, Lt.-Col. Alexander (1830-1895), 641 
Fischer, William Gustavus (1835 ), 268, 

355 544 
Franc, Guillaume (1520-1570), 1, 52, 126, 

575 735 
Gabriel, Charles Henry (1857 ), 449, 

584 592 661 
Gardiner, William (1770-1853), 163 
Geer, Rev. George Jarvis. D.D., 315 
Giardini. Felice de (1716-1796), 45, 257 
Glaser, Carl Gotthelf (1784-1829, 14, 144 
Gordan, Adoniram J., 529 
Goss. Sir John, Mus. Doc. (1800-1880), 411, 

582 



45* 



INDEX OF ("OMrOSERS 



Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (1829-1869), 630 

Gould, James E., 68 

Gould, John Edgar (1822-1875), 148, 371, 

424, 4(i4 
Gould, Nathaniel Dater (1781-1864). 47, 320, 

348, 558, 736 
Greatorex, Henry Wellington (1811-1858), 

389, 726 
Grigg. Joseph (1815-1852), 258, 580 
HaiKlel, George Frederic (1085-1759), 61, 63, 

119. 381. 393, 445, 514, 559 
Harris, Thoro, Mus. Doc. (1874 ), 6, 8, 

12, 15. 26. 60, 89, 101, 121, 132. 141, 171, 

201, 210, 271, 288, 289, 291, 298, 301, 311, 

313, 323, 335, 401, 404, 413, 418, 448, 465, 

472, 502, 540, 568, 569, 579, 597, 606, 62^^, 

642. 646. 658, 672, 689, 695, 709, 711, 712, 

713, 716 
Harrison, Rev. Ralph (1748-1810), 59, 107, 

179 
Hartsough, Rev. Louis (1828 ), 245, 325, 

332, 399 
Hastings, Thomas, Mus. Doc. (1784-1872), 

24, 33. 137, 153, 243, 306. 376, 392, 426, 

406, 507, 526, 702 
Hatton, John ( 1793), 5, 267, 287, 363, 

049 
Havergal, Rev. William Henry (1793-1870), 

351 379 573 
Hawe'is, Rev. Thomas, M.D., LL.B. (1732- 

1820), 172 
Haydn, Francis Joseph. Mus. Doc. (1732- 

1809), 4, 10, 23, 49, 75, 78, 290. 374, 490 
Havdn, Johann Michael (1737-1806), 675 
Heinlein, Paul (1626-1686), 441 
Herold, Louis Joseph Ferdinand (1791- 

1833). 487 
Hews, George (1806-1873), 386 

Hibbard, S. (1803 ), 337 

Holbrook. Joseph Perry (1822-1888), 13, 77, 

142. 240, 306. 349, 436, 463 
Holden, Oliver (1765-1844), 92 
Hopkins, Edward John, Mus. Doc. (1818- 

1901), 39 
Hopkins, Rev. Josiah, D. D. (1786-1862), 216 
Hubbard, S.. 124 
Hudson, Rev. Ralph Erskine (1843-1901), 

272, 522 
HuH.'asIi, 515 
Ingalls. Jeremiah (1764-1828), 28. 184, 266. 

442, 477 
Ives, Elam. Jr. (1800-1864), 622 

Jackson, Robert (1842 ), 660 

Jeffery, J. Albert, Mus. Doc. (1886), 41 
Jenks, Stephen (1772-1856). 79, 161^ 
Jones. Darius Eliot (1815-1881). 684 
Jones, Rev. William (1726-1800), 31 
Jordan, Charles Warwick, Mus. Doc. (1840 

), 285 

Kettle, Charles Edward (1833-1895). 476 
Kingsley. George (1811-1884), 143, 107, 181, 

203, 232, 251, 263, 322, 440, 487, 521. 525. 

551, 617 



Kirkpatrick, William James (1838 ). 

100, 218, 233, 235, 307, 331, 353, 447, 496, 

531, ()55, 656, 698 
King, Joseph (Gesangbuch) (1535), 25, 308 
Kuapp, Mrs. Joseph Fairchilds (1839-1908). 

199, 280, 091 
Knapp, William (1698-1768), 275 
Koschat, Thomas, 723 

Lewis, Freeman (1813 ), 276 

Lowry, Rev. Robert, D.D. (1826-1899), 22, 

91, 425, 530 

Lucas, James ( 1820 ), 452, 567 

Lummis, Franklin H., 701 * 

Luther, Rev. Martin, D.D. (1483-1546), 422 
Lwoff, Alexis Theodore (1799-1870), 708 

Main, Hubert Piatt (1839 ), 613 

Malan, Rev. Abraham Henri Caesar (1787- 

1864), 159, 213, 330, 548 
Mann, Arthur Henry, Mus. Doc. (1850 ), 

185 
Marechio, 94, 309 
Marsh, Simeon Butler (1708-1875), 436 

Marshall. Leonard (1809 ), 589 

Martin, William, 221 

Mason, Lowell, Mus. Doc. (1792-1872), 3. 7, 

9, 14, 27, 34, 61, 65, 66, 72. 76, 82, 90, 

93, 104, 106, 115, 116. 122, 127, 139, 140, 

144, 145, 146, 151, 158, 164, 168, 174, 175, 

180, 183, 185, 197, 200, 204, 223, 229, 230, 

237, 245, 248, 249, 269, 284, 293, 333, 361, 

362, 365, 382, 390, 406, 429, 460, 468, 482, 

494, 495, 510, 511, 543, 556, 557, 574, 587, 

591, 604. 607, 609. 615, 644, 653, 659, 663, 

671, 677, 682, 696, 706, 719, 725 
Mason, Timothy B., 312 
Mazzlnghi, Joseph (1765-1844), 504 
McGranahan, James (1840-1907), 100, 443, 

499 503 
Mehui, Etienne Henri (1763-1817), 4, 78 
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. Felix Jacob Lud- 

wig, Ph.D. (1809-1847), 58, 299 

Meyer, Mrs. Lucv Rider (1849 ). 647 

Miller, Edward, Mus. Doc. (1731-1807), 133 

Miller, William, 645 

Mitchell. Nahum, 187 

Monk, William Henry, Mus. Doc. (1823- 

1889), 484, 485, 513, 683 
Mozart, Johann C. Wolfgang Amadeus 

(1756-1791), 105 
Naegeli, Hans George (1768-1836), 21, 56, 

190, 195. 516. 546 
Nares, James, Mus. Doc. (1715-1783), 368, 

632 
Neal. T. C, 590 
Nettleton, Rev. Asahel, D.D. (1783-1843). 

226 
Neukomm, Sigismund (1778-1858), 361 
Oakley. William Henry (1809 ), 455, 

003 
O'Kane, Tullius Clinton (1830 ), 186, 

027 
Oliver, Henry Kemble (1800-1885), 149, 327, 

433 



482 



INDEX OF COMPOSERS 



Olmstead, Rev. William B. (1862 ), 396, 

714 
Parker, Rev. Edwin Pond, D.D. (1836 ), 

630 
Payne, John Howard (1791-1852), 612 
Peace, Albert Lister, Mus. Doc. (1844 ), 

565 
Pelton, James M., 506 

Perkins, Theodore Edson (1831 ), 427 

Phillips, Philip, Mus. Doc. (1834-1895), 346, 

595, 624, 636 

Pickett, Rev. L. L. (1859 ), 561 

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph (1757-1831), 193 
Portagallo. Marcantoine (1762-1830), 423 
Randall, John, Mus. Doc. (1715-1799), 247 
Read, Daniel (1757-1836), 123. 150, 202, 

222, 294, 403, 538, 571, 572, 705 
Redhead.' Richard (1820-1901), 605 
Reed, Rev. Andrew, D.D. (1787-1862), 118 
Richards, Charles H., 129 
Rimbault, Edward Francis, LL.D. (1810- 

1876), 250 
Rink, Johann Christian Heinrich (1770 

1846), 639 
Ripon, Dr. John, 347 
Ritter, Peter (1760-1846), 513, 683 
Root, George Frederick, Mus. Doe. (1820- 

1895), 211, 302. 568, 639. 737 
Rosenmueller, Johann (1615-1686), 673 
Rousseau. Jean Jacques (1712-1778), 36 
Sankey, Ira David (1&40-1908), 402, 458, 

594, 692 
Schneider, Friedrich Johann Christian 

(1786-1853). 168, 197, 229 
Schulz, Johann Abraham Peter (1747- 

1800), 704 
Schumann. Robert (1810-1856). 70. 451 
Sherwin, William Fisk (1826-1887), 665, 710 
Showalter, Anthony Johnson (1858 ), 

450 
Shrubsole, William (1729-1797), 92 
Silcher, Friedrich (1789-1860), 686 
Simpson. Robert (1792-1832). 198, 456 
Smart, Henry (1813-1879), 97 
Smith, Isaac (1735-1800), 71, 253, 625 

Snyder, Miss Evelyn Carrie (1882 ), .395 

Southgate, Thomas Bishop (1814-1868), 354 
Spencer, Rev. William Anson, A.M.. D.D. 

(1840-1901), 631 
Spilman, Rev. Jonathan (1835 — — ), 33 
Spohr, Louis, Mus. Doc. (1784-1859), 231, 

479, 581 
Stainex', Sir John, Mus. Doc, Mus. B. (1&40- 

1901), 738 
Stanley. Samuel (1707-1822), 120, 135, 259. 

679, 722 



Stebbins, George Coles (1846 ), 303, 38Y 

Steffa, John W., 701 

Stevenson, John, 453 ^ 

Stockton, Rev. John H. (1813-1877), 196 
Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymour, Mus. Doc. 

(1842-1900). 236, 295, 410, 499, 094 
Swan, Timothy (1758-1842), 191, 602 
Sweetser, Joseph Emerson (1825-1873), 20, 

360, 370 
Sweney, Jo^n Robson, Mus. Doc. (1837- 
1899), 110, 205, 296, 356, 409, 446, 493 
Tallis, Thomas (1520-1585), 681 
Tansur, William (1700-1783), 29, 74, 35r, 

524 
Tarbutton, William A., 731 

Taylor, Virgil Corydon (1817 ), 170 

Thompson, Will L. (1849-1909), 212 
Tomer, William Gould (1833-1896), 40 

Tourjee, Lizzie S. (1858 ), 217, 699 

Tucker, Isaac (1761-1825), 545 

Tullar, Grant Colfax (1869 ), 640 

Vail, Silas J. (1872), 219, 416 

Venua, Frederick Marc Antoine, A.M. (178&- 

1872), 10 
Viner, William L., 108 

Wade, James Clifft (1847 ), 473 

Walch, James (1837 ), 152, 255 

Wallace, William Vincent (1814-1865), 480 

Walton, James G. (1821 ), 42. 397 

Ward, Samuel Augustus (1847-1903), 611 
Wartensee, Xavier Schnyder von (1786- 

), 377 

Wathall, Alfred G., 459, 562 
Webb, George James (1803-1887), 415 
Webbe, Samuel (1740-1816), 30. 508, 564 
Weber, Carl Maria Friedrich von (1786- 

182b), 48, 373. 500. 604 
Wells, Marcus M. (19th century). 112, 547 
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian, Mus. Doe. (1810- 

1876), 134 

Whitaker, John (1839 ), 651. 670 

Wilcox, John Henry, Mus. Doe. (1827-1875), 

57 
Wilhelm, Carl (1815-1873). 155 
Williams, Aaron (1731-1776), 474, 553, 608 
Williams, F. W., 483 
Willis, Richard Storrs (1819-1900), 62 
Wilson, Hugh (1764-1824). 339. 678 
Woodbury, Isaac Baker (1819-1858). 50, 81, 

87, 103. 130. 156, 160, 262, 279, 283, 300, 

305, 360. 385. 428, 491, 512, 533, 586, 600, 

652. 666. 690 

Yoakley, Rev. William (1820 ). 131. 328 

Zeuner, Heinrich Christopher (1795-1857), 

304, 391, 662 
Zundel, John (1815-1882), 277, 383, 438 



483 



jFitst Xines of Stansas 



Hymn No. 
A beam from he a 579 
A charge to keep 477 
A cloud of witne 393 
A faith that doth 275 
A faith that kee 474 
A faith that shin 474 
A few more stor 569 
A few more strug 569 
A few more year 569 
A glance of thine 9 
A glorious band 414 
A goodly formal 262 
A guilty, weak a 240 
A hand almighty 521 
A heart in every 337 
A heart resigned 337 
A heart with gri 223 
A holy quiet reig 577 
A land of corn a 378 
A little child, th 15 
A little while for 106 
A little while the 106 
A littie while to 106 
A mighty fortres 422 
A noble army, m 414 
A rest where all 348 
A sacred spring 138 
A second look lie 263 
A soul so great t 698 
A soul so large t 698 
A soul that loves 698 
A stranger in th 629 
A table tbou has 440 
A thousand ages 575 
A thousand may 515 
A thousand orac 47 
A trusting heart 21 
A wonderful Sav 531 
AbidewithmelF 484 
Abide with me fr 683 
Accept, O God of 24 
According to thy 166 
Admit him, ere h 186 
Afl3ictions,_ tho' 458 
Agonizing in the 184 
Ah I leave us not 113 
Ah, Lord Jesus 596 
Ah I show me tha 300 
Ah 1 whither cou 466 
Ah I whither sho 236 
Alas I and did my 161 
Alas, for homes 686 
Alas 1 1 knew not 263 
All for Jesus, all 326 
All-glorious Trin 725 
All glory to God 103 
All glory to Jesu 355 
All hail the pow 92 
All my disease, m 385 
All my life long I 272 
All nature sings 130 
All nature sink a 645 
All needful grace 6 
All our works in 548 
All praise to our 552 
All praise to thee 15 
All praise to thee 680 
All scenes alike 513 
All that dedicat 675 
All the day long 189 
All the struggle t 368 
All tv-e tokens of 98 
All things are po 362 



Hymn No. 
All things are re 162 
All this for us th 15 
Almighty God 1 d 255 
Almighty God, t 663 
Almighty Maker 574 
Almost persuade 206 
Although, like L 64i 
Although the vin 430 
Amazing grace 259 
Am I a soldier of 402 
Among the saint 560 
An answer from 608 
Ancient of Days 41 
And are we yet a 559 
And can it be th 266 
And can I yet de 237 
And did my Lor 313 
And duly shall a 145 
And hence, in sp 670 
And 1 have brou 317 
And in the great 669 
And is there, Lo 615 
And let this feeb 585 
And let those lea 672 
And, Lord, haste 517 
And must I be to 602 
And must this b 589 
And never shall i 84 
And now Christ i 216 
And, oh, what ra 518 
And, oh, when g 53 
And see, O Lord 724 
And shall his flo 99 
And soon, too so 690 
And through thi 422 
And, till we reac 560 
And when at last 677 
And when before 480 
And when my ta 523 
And when our d 687 
And when our la C62 
And when these 166 
And when thy pu 11 
And when we ear 687 
And while we th 401 
And while we to 358 
And will the gre 669 
And will this sov 51 
And ye, beneath 62 
Angels, assist ou 79 
Angels, from the 57 
Angels now are h 535 
Angels our marc 419 
Another year isd t61 
Another year of 561 
Another year of s 561 
Apostles, martyr 643 
Appear, as when 152 
Are there bright 615 
Are there celesti 615 
Are there no foes 402 
Are we weak an 489 
Arise, and bless t 29 
Arise, my soul, a 281 
Arise, my soul, o 287 
Arise, ye saints 403 
Arm me with jea 477 
Arm me with thy 404 
Arm of the Lord 141 
Arm of the Lord 663 
Arm these thy so 155 
Arrayed in glori 589 
Art thou weary, a 227 



Hymn No. 
As a mother still 424 
As a stream its c 606 
As by the light o 320 
As giants may th 144 
As in the ancient 141 
As its sacred sig 159 
As summer is wa 219 
As the bright Su 144 
As the winged ar 564 
As we thy mercy 676 
Ashamed of Jesu 327 
Ask but his grac 248 
Asleep in Jesus 578 
Assembled here 113 
Assure my consc 280 
At his call the de 609 
At last I own it c 225 
At the sign of tri 410 
At the sprinkled 233 
Author of faith, e 267 
Author of faith !t 244 
Author of our ne 123 
Awake, and sing 74 
Awake, awake, p 136 
Awake, my soul 54 
Awake, my soul 393 
Awake, my soul 680 
Awake, our souls 289 
Away my needles 445 
Away, my unbeli 430 
Away with our s 619 
Awed by a mort 147 

Bane and blessi 539 
Baptize the nati 115 
Barren and with 566 
Be as holy and as 352 
Be darkness, at t 115 
Be faith, which 389 
Be it according t 182 
Be it according t 3?6 
Be mine the hap 645 
Be near when la 77 
Be present at ou 717 
Be present, graci 712 
Be present, holie 712 
Be still, my soul 607 
Be this my one g 571 
Be this, O Lord 670 
Be thou my stre 468 
Before his feet t 250 
Before Jehovah's 2 
Before me place 571 
Before our Fath 546 
Before the hills i 575 
Before thy sheep 463 
Before us make t 128 
Behold a Strang 186 
Behold, for me t 258 
Behold him, all 81 
Behold 1 I come 394 
Behold me stand 199 
■behold the Chris 412 
Behold the hand 650 
Behold the Savi 78 
Behold the sure 668 
Behold the thron 476 
Behold, we fall b 180 
Behold what con 156 
Being of beings 14 
Being of beings 25 
Believe in him w 260 
Believing, we re 83 

484 



Hymn No. 
Beloved, sleep 588 
Beneath his wat 56 
Beneath our feet 198 
Beyond my high 135 
Beyond the bloo 731 
Beyond the boun 294 
Beyond the frost 731 
Beyond the heav 672 
Beyond the part 731 
Beyond the reac 144 
Beyond the smil 731 
Beyond this vale 604 
Blessed are the s 550 
Blessed assuran 286 
Blessing and th 5()5 
Blessings aboun 649 
Bless the Lord 728 
Bless we, then, o 664 
Blest be that na 33 
Blest be the tie t 546 
Blest is that tra 465 
Blest, O Israel, a 368 
Blest river of sal 652 
Blest Savior lint 393 
Blest, too, is he 391 
Blind unbelief is 52 
Blowyethetrum 388 
Bold shall I stan 95 
Born by a new, c 287 
Born thy people 490 
Bow to the scept 192 
Break oflf the yo 334 
Break ofiP your t 86 
Breathe, O breat 383 
Breathe on us, L J71 
Brighter still, an 295 
Brightest and be 66 
Bring near thy g 646 
Broad is the roa 202 
Broad is the sha 108 
But after all tha ^31 
But art thou not 258 
But Calvary sta 255 
But can nosover 181 
But Christ can h 509 
But Christ, the h 83 
But drops of gri 161 
But God made fl 47 
But he that turn 192 
But. lo I a place 429 
But, lying dark b 624 
But now when e 454 
But. oh, the jeal 262 
But, oh, when th 538 
But out of all th 559 
But power divin 232 
But right is righ 392 
But saints are lo 10 
But shall believ 419 
But soon he'll br 78 
But there's a voi 240 
But the waves of 727 
But this I do fin 291 
But though eart 572 
But though my I 224 
But to those who 609 
But vain our inst 723 
But what to tho 527 
But will he prov 186 
But will, indeed 671 
But with the wo 62 
By cool Siloam's 690 
By day, along th 53 



Hymn No. 
By death and be 141 
By faith I plung 269 
By faith we aire 619 
By faith we are 292 
By faith we kno 267 
By these may I 126 
By the tenderne 242 
By thine all-ato 241 
By thine hour of 487 
By thy birth, an 242 
By thy deep, exp 487 
By thy hands the 586 
By thy lonely ho 242 
By thy reconcili 554 
By thy triumph 242 
By wise master- 673 

Call Jehovah th 432 
Call them into t 142 
Calm is thy slum 594 
Can a mother's t 271 
Can aught but p 179 
Can these avert 224 
Cast thy bread u 655 
Cease, ye pilgrim 632 
Center of our ho 548 
Chance and cha 48 
Cheered by that 282 
Children of the 297 
Choose I must, a 606 
Choose thou for 501 
Chosen of God, t 668 
Christ, by bighe 58 
Christ for the w 665 
Christ is born, t 64 
Christ is coming 610 
Christ is made t 675 
Christ the Lord 88 
Christian, dost t 716 
Christians.breth 38 
Cleanse and com IIC 
Clearer still, and 295 
Close by its ban 138 
Clothe them wit 159 
Cold, on his era 66 
Come, all the fa 121 
Come, all ye sou 210 
Come, almighty 383 
Come, and let us 547 
Come, and posse 237 
Come, cast upon 720 
Come, ever-bless 155 
Come, every soul 196 
Come, extend th 241 
Come, Father, S 44 
Come. Father, 8 158 
Come, Father, S 695 
Come, for all els 730 
Come, holy Com 45 
Come, Holy Gho 14 
Come, Holy Gho 121 
Come, Holy Gho 127 
Come, Holy Gho 282 
Come, Holy Gho 283 
Come, Holy Gho 345 
Come, Holy Gho 360 
Come, HolySpir J 14 
Come, HolySpir 119 
Come home! com 215 
Come, humble si 194 
Come, in this ac 488 
Come, let us ane 567 
Come, let us asc 293 



FIRST LINES OF STANZAS 



Hymn No. 
Come, let Qs join 31 
Come, let us join 172 
Come, let us join 636 
Come, let us use 563 
Come, let us who 30 
Come, Light sere 121 
Come, Lord, the 334 
Come, my fond, f 229 
Come, my soul, t 485 
Come near andb 683 
Come, O my com 374 
Come, O my God 346 
Come, O my God 349 
Come, O thou al 177 
Come, O thou Tr 341 
Come, O thou un 374 
Come on, my par 294 
Come quickly in 30 
Com 3, Savior, CO 365 
Come, Savior, J 359 
Come, sinnersi t 210 
Come, Spirit, m 651 
Come, tenderest 121 
Come, then, and 196 
Come, then, divi 132 
Come then to th 103 
Come, then, wit 247 
Come, thou Almi 45 
Come, thou Fou 226 
Come, thou inca 45 
Come, thou long 490 
Come to the livi 188 
Come unto me, w 510 
Come, wanderer 70 
Come, wisdom,p 556 
Come, ye discon 508 
Come, ye saints,l 90 
Come, ye sinners 184 
Come, ye that lo 536 
Come, ye weary 184 
Comfort those w 35 
Commit thou all 439 
Confound, o'erp 363 
Conquering now 409 
Conqueror of he 372 
Contented now 343 
Content with be 528 
Control my ever 406 
Convince him no 178 
Convince us first 177 
Could I be cast 513 
Could my tears f 243 
Courage, your C 407 
Create all new ; o 42 
Creator, Spirit, b 42 
Creatures no mo 320 
Crown him the 19 
Crown him with 19 
Crown tlie Savio 97 
Crowns and thro 410 

Dangers stand t 573 
Darkly rose the 721 
Daughter of Zio 136 
Day isdying in t 710 
Day of judgment 609 
Day of terror, da 605 
Day of wrath, O 605 
Days of darknes 532 
Dear Lord, I yie 720 
Dear Name, the 69 
Dear Shepherd,! 537 
Death cannot ke 91 
Death comes do 568 
Death enters, an 191 
Death may the b 580 
Death rides on e 198 
Deathless spirit 630 
Decay, then, ten 70 
Deep are the wo 181 
Deep horror the 65 
Deep in unfatho 52 
Deep waters cro 618 



Hymn No. 
Defend us. Lord 711 
Delay not, delay 203 
Deny thyself and .202 
Depend on him 460 
Depth of mercy 453 
Descend, celesii 168 
Descending on h 307 
Did Christ o'er s 238 
Did we in our ow 422 
Didst thou not 555 
Direct, controls 680 
Dost thou not d 280 
Do thou assist a 310 
Down from the 79 
Do you not feel 211 
Draw near, O So 149 
Dread Jehovah 705 

Each moment dr 344 
Eager for thee I 345 
Early let us seek 693 
Earth can now b 610 
Earth, from afa 12 
Earthly joys no 105 
Easy to be entre 685 
E'en down to old 423 
E'en now, perch a 624 
E'en the hour th 48 
E'er since, by fa 245 
Elect from every 134 
Endless sin mea 606 
Enter thyself an 357 
Enthroned on hi 111 
Equip me for th 406 
Error and ignor 695 
Eternal are thy 1 
Eternal depth of 20 
Eternal Father,t 651 
Eternal Light 26 
Eternal Power 12 
Eternal Source o 706 
Eternal Spirit, f 158 
Eternal Sun of R 44 
Eternal, undivid 382 
Eternal Wisdom 204 
Ever present, Ir 112 
Every eye shall 98 
Every human tie 137 
Every sin shall 209 
Except the Lord 151 
Expand thy win 127 
Extol the Lamb 388 
Exults our risin 285 

Face to face! O 640 
Face to face wit 640 
Faded my virtu 262 
Fade, fade, each 427 
Fain I would be 691 
Fain I would to 691 
Fain would I lea 334 
Fair land ! could 621 
Faith cries out 593 
Faith lends its r 267 
Faith, mighty fa 261 
Faith of our fat 397 
Faithful, O Lord 251 
Faithful soul, pr 481 
Farewell, conflic 577 
Farewell, mortal 427 
Farewell, ye dre 427 
Far, far away, li 633 
Far from these s 621 
Far from us driv 114 
Far off the fathe 452 
Far off thou hast 201 
Father, in these 158 
Father, I stretch 244 
Father of all, in 128 
Father of endles 43 
Father, perfect 624 
Father, perfect 727 
Father, regard t 459 



Hymn No. 
Father, Son, and 319 
Father, thine ev 269 
Father, thy long 382 
Father, thy quic 32 
Father, we ask i 459 
Father, whate'er 516 
Fearless of hell 524 
Fear not, brethr 297 
Fear not, I am w 423 
Feeding on the 272 
Filled with deli 627 
Find in Christ th 213 
Finding, followi 227 
Finish then thy 383 
Firm as his thro 442 
Firm, faithful, w 311 
Five bleeding w 281 
Fixed on this gr 270 
Fling out the ba 648 
Flow, wondrous 138 
Foolish and imp 502 
Forbid it. Lord 160 
Forbid them not 156 
For Christ is bor 67 
For her my tears 135 
For her our pra 709 
For him shall en 649 
For Jesus shed h 196 
For, lo, the days 62 
For love like tin 130 
For more we ask 14 
For our sins, of 721 
For the love of G 217 
For thine own c 455 
For this, as taug 349 
For this let men 148 
For thou, within 27 
For who by faith 288 
Forever blessed 615 
Forever — everm 207 
Forever here my 340 
Forever with the 600 
Forgive me. Lor 681 
Foxes found the 692 
Frail children of 23 
Free from anger 554 
From all in i quit 336 
From all that d 1 
From darkness a 355 
From every plac 3 
From every sinf 142 
From every stor 466 
From faith to fa 404 
From Greenland 659 
From heaven an 107 
From heaven he 70 
From heaven he 122 
From little ones 689 
From pride and 723 
From Sinai's clo 255 
From sin— the g 338 
From sorrow, toi 546 
From the cross t 367 
From the height 123 
From the land of 201 
From the recess 732 
From the sword 432 
From thee that I 479 
From thee, the e 289 
From things unh 677 
Full of immortal 625 
Fully in my life 386 

Gather the outc 152 
Gazing thus our 441 
Gentle Jesus, m 691 
Gently, Lord. O 492 
Geths.emane can 166 
Give me a calm 516 
Give me a new, a 361 
Give me the win 642 
Give me thyself 350 
Give me thy stre 148 

48s 



Hymn No. 
Give them an ear 149 
Give to mine eye 308 
Give to the wind 438 
Give tongues of f 115 
Give up ourselve 563 
Give us ourselve 177 
Give us this day 471 
Glorious things 139 
Glory be to the F 726 
Glory to God, in 87 
Glory to thee, m 681 
God be with you 40 
God bless our ho 686 
God bless our na 709 
God forbids his 593 
God from on hig 140 
God is a name m 9 
God is in heaven 12 
God is love ; his 48 
God is our stren 29 
God is our sun, h 6 
God is the refug 4.33 
God is thine ; dis 368 
God knows the w 503 
God moves in a 52 
God, my Redeem 589 
God of all power 361 
God of eternal li 713 
God of my life 502 
God of my life 538 
God of our fathe 570 
God of the futur 713 
God of the past 713 
God of the patri 43 
God of the prese 713 
God only is the 21 
God only knows 376 
God ruleth on hi 75 
God shield you 662 
God, the AU-Mer 708 
God, the All-Ter 708 
God, the Omnip 708 
God, through hi 127 
God's holy law t 183 
Go forward e'en 396 
Go forward, is t 396 
Go friends, that 316 
Go, meet him in 101 
Go, then, earthl .309 
Go, to shine befo 630 
Go up with Chri 418 
Go where the sic .389 
Gone from a wor 592 
Gone from our 592 
Gone where no 5&2 
Goodness and m 440 
Grace all the wo 253 
Grace first contr 253 
Grace taught my 253 
Grace, 'tis a cha 253 
Gracious Spirit 117 
Grant one poor s 310 
Grant that all m 35 
Grant, then, this 369 
Grant us thy pea 39 
Grant us thy tru 50 
Great God, atten 6 
Great God, indul 293 
Great God, we h 167 
Great King of gl 674 
Great Prophet o 73 
Great Shepherd 27 
Great Source of 138 
Great spoils I sh 291 
Great Sun of Rig 133 
Guide me, O tho 306 
Guilty I stand b 224 

Had I such faith 369 
Had I the gift of 369 
Hail, Prince of 1 63 
Hail the heaven 58 
Hail, thou once 94 



Hymn No. 
Hail, to the Lor 658 
Halleluiah, they 292 
Happy, beyond d 252 
Happy, if with m 153 
Happy the home 678 
Happy the man 252 
Happy the man 541 
Hard was my toi 274 
Hark I hark! my 633 
Hark! hark! to 65 
Hark ! how he gr 78 
Hark, how the w 418 
Hark, my soul, it 271 
Hark, ten thous 543 
Hark, the glad s 59 
Hark I the heral 58 
Hark 1 the Savio 209 
Hark I the voice 82 
Hark, those bur 97 
Hark I what mea 64 
Hasten, Lord, th 380 
Hasten, Lord, th 664 
Hasten mercy to 193 
Hasten, mortals 64 
Hasten, sinner, t 193 
Hasten the joyfu 371 
Haste thee on fr 309 
Hath he marks t 227 
Have I long in s 234 
Have we trials a 489 
Head of the mar 43 
He all his foes s 540 
He breaks the p 28 
He by himself h 634 
He comes, from 59 
He comes, he co 101 
He comes, he co 107 
He comes ! let all 99 
He comes ; of he 551 
He comes, the br 59 
He comes with s 658 
He dies 1 the Fri 86 
He ever lives ab 281 
He feeds in past 521 
He formed the st 10 
He has sounded 703 
He hears the unc 33 
He hides himself 392 
He justly claims 322 
He keeps his ow 635 
He laid his hand 268 
He leadeth me 449 
He leadeth me 523 
He left his Fath 266 
He lives, all glor 85 
He lives, and gra 85 
He lives, to bless 85 
He looks land te 537 
He makes the gr 10 
He now stands k 30 
He only is the M 704 
He rules the wo 61 
He saw me ruin 54 
He shall descen 658 
He sits at God's 540 
He speaks, and 28 
He still the anc 156 
He tells us we're 55 
He that hath pit 401 
He was not wiUi 647 
He wept that we 238 
He will keep me 532 
He wills that I s 333 
He wills that I s 381 
He with earthly 48 
Hear, him, ye de 28 
Hear his love an 209 
Hear, O hear our 123 
Hear thou the p 18 
Heaven is here 699 
Heaven's arches 692 
Heavenward our 14 
Heirs of the sam 558 



FIRST LINES OF STANZAS 



Hymn No. 
Help, Lord, to w 482 
Help me to watc 477 
Help us, O Lord 401 
Help us take thy 447 
Help us to build 553 
Help us to help 553 
Help us to make 463 
Henceforth may 359 
Hence may all o 549 
Hence our heart 366 
Here, at that cro 310 
Here give thy w 718 
Here in tender 491 
Here I raise my 226 
Here it is I find 491 
Here let the blin 676 
Here let the gre 669 
Here let the voic 676 
Here may our u 674 
Here may the lis 674 
Here may thine 674 
Here may we pr 27 
Here our gaze c 613 
Here pardon, lif 246 
Here see the bre 508 
Here then I dou 445 
Here, then, my G 526 
Here we come th 175 
Here we learn to 441 
Here, when thy 671 
Here will I set u 324 
Here vouchsafe 675 
Here's love and 86 
Her hands are ft 252 
Higher, then, an 295 
High heaven, th 256 
Him to know is 1 324 
His father saw h 458 
His goodness sta 56 
His kingdom ca 540 
His love, surpas 285 
His love within 111 
His mountains 1 672 
His name the si 197 
His name yields 528 
His oath, his cov 273 
His only righteo 153 
His purposes wil 52 
His sovereign po 2 
His words the h 580 
His work my ho 323 
Ho 1 all ye hun 204 
Hoi everyone t 188 
Hoi ye that pan 204 
Hold thou thy cr 484 
Holy and true a 363 
Holy as thou, O 11 
Holy Ghost 1 dis 123 
Holy Ghost, wit 118 
Holy, holy, holy 46 
Holy Sabbath, b 176 
Holy Sabbath, d 176 
Holy Sabbath, h 176 
Holy Sabbath of 176 
Holy Spirit, all 118 
Holy Spirit, fait 112 
Hosanna ! be the 689 
Hosanna I on the 689 
Hosanna I sound 689 
Hosanna! then,o 689 
Hover o'er me,H 110 
How amazing, G 356 
How ardent oug 84 
How are thy ser 722 
How beauteous 150 
How beauteous 688 
How blessed are 150 
How blest are t 366 
How blest the ri 577 
How can a sinne 285 
How can it be, l 366 
How careful, th 602 
How charming i 150 



Hymn No. 
How do thy mer 429 
How fai' may we 608 
How firm a foun 423 
How gentle God 56 
How great the w 250 
How great thy m 157 
How happy are 150 
How happy ever 628 
How happv is th 626 
How happy the 298 
How helpless na 179 
How many pass 562 
How oft have I 231 
How oft in the c 437 
How oft they lo 284 
How precious is 124 
How rich the de 246 
How sad it woul 220 
How sad our sta 240 
How shall pollu 9 
How silently, ho 67 
How sweetly flo 70 
How sweet the h 579 
How sweet the n 69 
How swift the to 570 
How tedious a n 528 
How vain are al 321 
How vain a toy i 16 
How vain is all 572 
How would my f 244 
Humble and tea 360 
Hushed is each 465 
Hushed was the 694 

am drinking at 384 
am dwelling on 384 
am weakness, f 110 
and my house 685 
ask no higher s 371 
ask them when 642 
bore the cruel 199 
bow my forehe 435 
bring thee joy 199 
can but perish 194 
cannot rest til 3.38 
cannot slack m 420 
can see far do 384 
delivered thee 271 
dimly guess fr 435 
dread not the 515 
fear no foe wit 484 
feel it burning 207 
find him liftin 381 
gave my life for 317 
gave thee my p 316 
have long witli 453 
have no place 4,57 
have no skill t 502 
have seen him 703 
have the tiling 473 
hear at morn a 600 
hear my dying 7-0 
heard the voic 257 
know I love th 522 
know I'm near 623 
know not how 443 
know not what 435 
know not what 443 
know not when 443 
know not wher 435 
know not why 443 
know that my 85 
know that my 381 
know that tho 522 
know thee, Sav 342 
lay my body do 682 
leave the worl 420 
long, dearest L 612 
long to behold 298 
look to my inc 351 
love thee beca 529 
love thee, I lov 542 
love the holy S 84 



Hymn No. 
I love thy churc 135 
I love thy kingd 135 
I love to tell the 544 
I must have the 446 
I must the fair e 685 
I need his cleans 235 
I need not tell t 341 
I need thy prese 484 
I now believe, in 236 
I rest upon thy w 497 
I saw one hangi 263 
I shall nothing k 375 
I shall suffer an 375 
I spent long yea 817 
I stand all bewil 208 
I starve, he cries 452 
I storm the gate 420 
I struggled and 268 
I suffered much 317 
I take thee at th 231 
I take these littl 580 
I thank thee for 473 
I thank thee, un 308 
I then rode on t 276 
I thirst for a life 301 
I thirst, thou wo 366 
I, too, forewarne 599 
I, too, with thee 338 
I wait till he sha 3:i6 
I want a godly f 318 
I want a heart t 497 
I want a princip 479 
I want a sober m 318 
I want a true re 497 
I want the witn 371 
I want thy life, t 349 
I was a wanderi 277 
I was bruised, b 532 
I was lost, but J 532 
I was not ever t 444 
I will love thee i 529 
I willnot let the 472 
I will sing the w 532 
I will sing you a 595 
I would be thine 379 
I would, but tho 334 
I would not plea 199 
I would not sigh 323 
I would thy bou 69 
I'd sing the char 72 
I'd sing the prec 72 
I'll die no more f 452 
I'll go and tell h 458 
I'll goto Jesus, t 194 
I'll lift my hand 293 
I'll praise him w 541 
I'll praise my M 541 
I'll to the gracio 194 
I'm but a Strang 644 
I'm happy, I'm h 542 
I'm not ashame 442 
I'm tired of sin a 235 
I've almost gain 623 
I've wandered fa 235 
I've wasted man 235 
I've wrestled on 618 
If every one that 113 
If, for thy sake 480 
If I ask him to 227 
If I find him, if I 227 
If I have tasted 464 
If I still hold cl 227 
>lf in this feeble 426 
If near the pit I 482 
If now thine infl 345 
If now thou sta 602 
If ocean's wild, t 396 
If our love were 217 
If pain afflict or 460 
If pure, essentia 5.56 
If rough and tho 864 
If sin be pardon 583 
If some poor wa 683 

486 



Hymn No. 
If so poor a wor 319 
If such a worm 426 
If thou impart t 338 
If thou shouldst 499 
If thou these ble 476 
If thou thesecre 93 
If to the right o 464 
If to the right o 479 
If to the right o 553 
If what I wish is 445 
Immortal honor 42 
Impart what eve 556 
Implant it deep 370 
In age and feebl 597 
In a land of corn 368 
In all my ways t 502 
In all their coun 715 
In condescendin 24 
In condescendin 587 
In darkest shade 524 
In every land be 1 
In evil long I too 263 
In fierce tempta 468 
In foreign realm 722 
In God I have f 515 
In God we put o 347 
In heathen land 650 
In heaven the ra 63 
In him all my wa 355 
In holy duties, 1 170 
In hope, against 261 
In hope,believin 430 
In hope of that 585 
In Jesus' name b 151 
In mansions of g 629 
In me thine utm 482 
In midst of dang 722 
In our sickness o 486 
In our wealth an 721 
In panoply of tr 412 
In prayer my so 454 
In riches, in pie 216 
In search of emp 188 
In suffering be t 290 
In that eternal d 617 
In that lone Ian 185 
In the beauty of 703 
In the calm of th 437 
In the city built 233 
In the cro--s of C 539 
In the furnace G, 137 
In tlie hour of p 492 
In the land of st 201 
In the light of t 60 
In the love that 701 
In the silent mid 568 
In them let all m 142 
In thine own ap 35 
In this world of 5P6 
Inthy holy incar 165 
In thy name, O 84 
In vain the spoil 701 
In vain thou str 341 
In want my plen 512 
Infinite God, tot 43 
Infinite joy, or e 573 
Insatiate to this 248 
Inspire the livin 279 
Into temptation 471 
Inured to povert 429 
Is crucified form 81 
Is here a soul th 178 
Is not e'en death 581 
Is not thy grace 116 
Is their diadem 227 
Is there a blissf 615 
Is there a thing 344 
It beamed on Ed 670 
It came upon the 62 
It hallows every 514 
It is enough : ea 520 
It is finished ! O 82 
It is not so, but s 392 



Hymn No. 
It makes the wo 69 
It may be at mid 110 
It may be at mor 100 
It sweetly cheers 124 
It teUs me of a p 730 
It was my guide 65 
Its glittering to 645 
Its pleasures can 320 
Its sacred shrine 670 
Its Streams the w 251 

Jehovah, God of 725 
Jehovah, God w 677 
Jehovah, thee w 24 
Jerusalem ! my h 643 
Jerusalem the g 641 
Jesus all the day 276 
Jesus, and shall 327 
Jesus, at whose 163 
Jesus, a word, a 182 
Jesus calls me ; I 398 
Jesus can make 576 
Jesus comes wit 380 
Jesus, confirm m 483 
Jesus, from who 142 
Jesus, great She 551 
Jesus, hail! enth 94 
Jesus, hail! who 548 
Jesus harraonio 197 
Jesus hath died 350 
Jesus hath died 417 
Jesus, I hang np 381 
Jesus, I my cross 309 
Jesus, in whom t 357 
Jesus is glorified 122 
Jesus is worthy t 31 
Jesus, let allth;^ 144 
Jesus, let thy pi 455 
Jesus, Lord, we 554 
Jesus, Lover of 436 
Jesus, my advoc 93 
Jesus, my all in 512 
Jesus, my all, to 264 
Jesus, my God, I 442 
Jesus, my heart 93 
Jesus,Jmy;iife, th.372 
Jesus, my Savior 464 
Jesus, my Sheph 69 
Jesus, my Sheph 277 
Jesus, my streng 318 
Jesus, on me bes 223 
Jesus, our best b 311 
Jesus, our great 73 
Jesus, our great 388 
Jesus, our humb 556 
Jesus, our Lord 45 
Jesus, our only j 527 
Jesus, plant and 375 
Jesusprotects;m 429 
Jesus, Redeemer 189 
Jesus, Savior, I a 356 
Jesus, Savior, pi 424 
Jesus shall reign 649 
Jesus spreads hi 165 
Jesus, the name 28 
Jesus, the name 153 
Jesus the prison 153 
Jesus, the Savio 540 
Jesus, the sinner 225 
Jesus, the sinner 351 
Jesus, the very t 527 
Jesus, the word 144 
Jesus, thine all v 339 
Jesus, thine own 322 
Jesus, thou all-r 152 
Jesus, thou ever 7 
Jesus, thou Lam 725 
Jesus, thou sour 601 
Jesus, thy blood 95 
Jesus, thy blood 180 
Jesus, thy bound 290 
Jesus, thy discip 159 
Jesus, thy name II 



FIRST LINES OF STANZAS 



Hymn No. 
Jesns, tby speak 566 
Jesuf, to whom I 514 
Jesus ! transport 197 
Jesus triumphs 90 
Jesus, united by 545 
Jesus, we look to 71 
Jesus, where ' e r 27 
Jesus, while our 586 
Jesus, with us t 158 
Join all the glor 73 
Join, all ye rans 565 
Joyful, with all 583 
Joy of the desol 508 
Joy to the world 61 
Judge not the L 52 
Just as I am 239 

Kind Benefactor 732 
Kindled his rele 453 
King of glory, re 543 
Know, my soul, t 309 

Laborers of Chr 389 
Lamb of God, I 691 
Lame as I am, I 343 
Large are the m 510 
Leader of faithf 305 
Lead, kindly Li 444 
Leave no unguar 416 
Leave the haunt 201 
Leave to his sov 438 
Let all who for t 557 
Let anger, sloth 349 
Let but my faint 499 
Let cares like a 278 
Let earth and he 197 
Let earth no mo 360 
Let every act of 7 
Let every kindre 92 
Let every mome 7 
Let every mortal 204 
Let him to whom 322 
Let me, above a 691 
Let me alone, th 459 
Let me at a thro 228 
Let me do thy w 696 
Let me never fro 117 
Let me stay a lit 399 
Let me stay and 399 
Let me stay ; I fa 399 
Let mountains f 433 
Let music swell 707 
Let my hands pe 326 
Let not conscien 184 
Let not the wise 265 
Let others hug t 347 
Let others seek a 645 
Let others stretc 16 
Let party names 560 
Let peace within 167 
Let sorrow's rud 302 
Let that mercy v 705 
Let the living st 380 
Let the sweet ho 516' 
Let the world de 309 
Let these, O God 126 
Let this my ever 526 
Let those refuse 536 
Let thy holy Chi 673 
Let us all togeth 548 
Let us for each o 554 
Let us not grow 661 
Let us pray that 661 
Let us take up t 559 
Let us then rejoi 380 
Let us then with 554 
Let worldly min 320 
Ijet Zion's watch 143 
Life and peace t J'' 
Life's labor done 577 
Lift up, lift up t 99 
Lift up thy coun 44 
Lift up thy gates 99 



. Hymn No. 
Lift up your hea .557 
Lift your eyes, ye 297 
Lift your glad vo 87 
Lift your heads 104 
Light, in thy lig 44 
Light obeved in 606 
Light of life, ser 488 
Light of those w 241 
Lite mighty rus 120 
Like the mighty 410 
Like the rough s 192 
Listen to the wo 64 
Lives again our 88 
Live till the Lor 557 
Lo I glad I come 264 
Lol God is here 25 
Lo ! he beckons f 630 
Lo ! he comes wi 98 
Lo ! on a narrow 571 
Lo 1 round the th 616 
Lo 1 such the chi 650 
Lo, the great Ki 109 
Lol with deep c 705 
Long as our lier 472 
Long my impriso 266 
Long thy exiles 610 
Look, ye saints, t 97 
Lord, all I am is 4 
Lord, arm me wi 329 
Lord, dismiss us 36 
Lord, dismiss us 37 
Lord, everlastin 125 
Lord, fill me wit 470 
iiord, from far-s 711 
Lord, from thine 667 
Lord, give us ea 698 
Lord, give us sue 474 
Lord God, the H 120 
Lord, how secur 284 
Lord, I am thine 310 
Lord, I believe a 348 
Lord, I believe t 95 
Lord, I believe t 365 
Lord, I believe t 426 
Lord, I believe w 95 
Lord, I come to t 485 
Lord, I despair 2.% 
Lord I hear of s 234 
Lord, I my vows 680 
Lord 1 I would cl 523 
Lord, if thou did 151 
Lord, if thou did 685 
Lord, if thou wil 182 
Lord, in the mor 679 
Lord, in the stre 315 
Lord, in thy sigh 732 
Lord, it is my ch 271 
Lord, keep my in 331 
Lord, keep us sa 687 
Lord, let not all 202 
Lord, let us in o 678 
Lord, let us put 625 
Lord I obedientl 297 
Lord of all being 50 
Lord of all life, t 50 
Lord of angels a 373 
Lord of earth an 373 
Lord of grace an 373 
Lord of life and 1 373 
Lord of life, bene 710 
Lord of mercy. G 373 
Lord of the Sabb 169 
Lord, on thee ou 35 
Lord, speak to m 395 
Lord, till I reach 465 
Lord, we are vile 180 
Lord, we believe 113 
Lord, we come b 35 
Lord, what shall 12 
Loud may the tr 433 
Love and grief m 491 
Love divine, alU 383 
Love of God. so p 234 



Hymn No. 
Lover of souls It 152 
Lovers of pleasu 260 
Love's redeemin 88 
Low in the grave 91 
Lowly, loving, m 375 

Make good their 149 
Make us into one 545 
Make us of one h 554 
Man may trouble 309 
Many in thy life 233 
March on, O soul 411 
Mark but that r 579 
Master, I have n 313 
Master, I own th 328 
May a mighty so 352 
May erring mind 667 
May every passi 718 
May faith grow f 667 
May our light be 105 
May they in Jesu 143 
May this solemn 696 
May thy gospel's 175 
May thy rich gra 494 
May thy Spirit he 673 
May we grow lik 447 
May we receive t 32 
May we this life i 688 
Men of God, go t 146 
Methinks I see a 580 
Me to retrieve fr 413 
'Mid scenes of co 612 
Mid toil and tri 134 
Might I enjoy th 6 
Mightiest kings 664 
Millions of sinne 247 
Millions of souls 162 
Millions there h 367 
Mine eyes have s 703 
Mine is an uncha 271 
More and more 1 631 
More love to thee 314 
More of thy life 372 
Mortals, awake 63 
Mourn for the lo 700 
Mourn for the ru 700 
Mourn for the ta 700 
Mourn for the th 700 
Much of my time 682 
Must I be Carrie 402 
My all to Christ 325 
My conscience fe 263 
My country, 'tis o 707 
My crimes are gr 222 
My days are glid 302 
My days are shor 574 
My dying Savior 340 
Mv faith looks u 494 
My Father, God 282 
My Father is a G 420 
My Father's hou 600 
My Father's hou 645 
My feeble mind s 475 
My flesh shall si 614 
My flesh, which c 3.'i4 
My God and Fat 499 
My God, I am th 534 
My God, is any h 465 
My God is recon 281 
My God, my God 2."8 
My God, my life 533 
My God, my port 16 
My God, the spri .524 
My gracious Lor 323 
My gracious Mas 28 
My heart shall tr 173 
My heart which 182 
My heavenly ho 645 
My highest plac 518 
My hope is built 273 
My hope, my all 468 
My Jesus, as tho 500 
My Jesus, I love 529 

487 



Hymn No. 
My latest sun is 623 
My life, my bloo 148 
My life, my porti 237 
My lips with sha 222 
My Lord, if inde 528 
My message as fr 210 
My mind, by thy 382 
My native count 707 
My one desire be 237 
My only hope, m 235 
My passions hold 525 
My path is lone 457 
My peace, my lif 845 
My prayer hath p 342 
MySavior, let th 321 
My sin— O the bl 517 
My soul, askwha 476 
My soul, be on th 408 
My soul breaks o 350 
My soul he doth 440 
My soul is sick 235 
My soul obeys th 240 
Mvsoul shall the 370 
My soul with thy 482 
My soul would le 524 
My soul would t 615 
My steadfast sou 339 
My suffering tim 468 
My thoughtslieo 4 
My trespass was 249 
My will be swall 360 

Nay, but I yield 237 
Nearer, ever nea 295 
Nearer my Fath 624 
Nearer my Fath 727 
Nearer, my God 495 
Nearer the boun 624 
Nearer the boun 727 
Ne'er let thy glo 671 
Ne'er think the v 408 
Ne'er was, nor s 84 
Neither sin, nor 481 
Never further th 441 
New graces ever 174 
New rising in thi 171 
Nipped by the w 598 
No chilling wind 627 
No cloud those r 621 
No condemnatio 266 
No cumbrous ga 420 
No ill-requited 1 617 
No man can trul 279 
No more a wand 277 
No more fatigue 169 
No more I stagg 333 
No more let crea 663 
No more let sin a 61 
No more shall fo 140 
No murky cloud 611 
No need of the s 620 
No rude alarms o 169 
No slightest tou 617 
No strength of o 55 
No voice can sin 527 
No words can tel 465 
None is like Jesh 3(38 
Nor bleeding bir 180 
Nor earth, nor a 53:^ 
Nor shall thy spr 133 
Not all our groa 183 
Not all the bliss 533 
Not all the blood 83 
Not a soul so sad 493 
Not heaven's wi 670 
Not in the name 71 
Not long the con 411 
Not now, but in t 503 
Not now on Zion 3 
Not one. but all 172 
Not the crowd w 721 
Nothing can we 447 
Nothing hath th 603 



Hymn No. 
Nothing less will 877 
Nothing on eart 359 
Nothing ye in ex 188 
Now God invites 185 
Now I have foun 269 
Now incline me t 453 
Now, Jesus, now 151 
Now lend thy gr 451 
Now let me gain 363 
Now let my soul 130 
Now let our dark 128 
Now let thy Spir 365 
Now may the Ki 168 
Now, O God, thi 319 
Now, O Lord, ful 108 
Now, O my Josh 378 
Now rest, my Ion 256 
Now, safely moo 65 
Now, Savior, no 163 
Now the long an 400 
Now then, my G 329 
Now, the sowing 400 
Now, the spirit c 400 
Now the trainin 400 
Now to thee, tho 38 
Now to the God 583 
Now to thy hous 679 
Now with this h 677 
Now, ye needy, c 184 

O arm me with t 406 
O be a nobler 574 
O bear my longi 623 
O believe the rec 213 
O boundless love 109 
O brethren, help 207 
O change these 179 
O come, and dwe 371 
O come. Creator 114 
O could I speak 72 
O could we make 639 
O Cross divine, b 469 
O cross, that lift 448 
O day of rest and 174 
O do not let the 214 
O do not suffer h 551 
O Father, give o 519 
O father, I have 458 
O fill me with th 395 
O fill thy Church 651 
O flash thetidin 650 
O for a closer wa 456 
O for a faith tha 474 
O for a glance of 232 
O for a heart th 353 
O for a heart to 337 
O for a lowly, co 337 
O for a soul agio 698 
O for a thousand 28 
O for a trumpet 197 
Ofor anovercom 583 
O for this love let 79 
O for that flame 116 
O for that power 190 
Ofor the living f 29 
O for the peace t 106 
O give me Samue 694 
O glorious hope 378 
O glorious hour 614 
O God, mine in 571 
O God, most mer 335 
O God, our help 575 
O God, our King 6 
O God, thou hig 8 
O God, thou Pot 715 
O God, what off 329 
O grant that not 2i.0 
O happy bond, t 2.'i6 
O happy day, th 2.56 
O happy, h.<\ppy 587 
O hear my cry, b 457 
O heavenly loTe 431 
O hide this self f 344 



FIRST LINES OF STANZAS 



Hymn No. 
O holy Child of 67 
OHoly Father 41 
OHoly Ghost 41 
OHoly Jesus 41 
O holy Lord, our 718 
O hope of every 527 
O how happy are 276 
O how long shall 218 
O how long will 218 
O how sweet it w 595 
O how the thoug 21 
O it is hard to w 392 
O Jesus, could I 244 
O Jesus, delight 316 
O Jesus, full of t 354 
O Jesus, Jesus, J 325 
O Jesus, my Savi 542 
O joy divine, by 469 
O Joy. that seek 448 
O joyful sound o 346 
O just Judge, to 605 
O King of glory 405 
O lead me, Lord 395 
O let my soul 681 
O let our love an 151 
O let them all th 148 
O let the prisone 462 
O let thy chosen 451 
O let thy rising b 688 
O let thy sacred 359 
O let us hear the 711 
O let us stir each 557 
O Light divine, b 469 
O Light, that fo 448 
O little town of 67 
O long-expected 169 
O Lord our God 41 
O Lord our God 718 
O Lord, thy wor 451 
O Love divine, b 469 
O Love divine, h 376 
O Love divine, w 81 
O love of God, h 431 
O love of God, o 431 
O Love, that wilt 448 
O Love, thou bo 269 
O Love, thy sove 312 
O Love, thy sove 344 
O lovely attitude 1S6 
O make thy chur l29 
O may I learn th 406 
O may I love like 406 
O may my hand 466 
O may no gloomy 688 
O may our more 706 
O may the graci 131 
O may the prosp 621 
O may thy powe 421 
O may thy quick 71 
O may thy Spirit 679 
O may we all be 607 
O may we all im 421 
O may we all tri 562 
O mav we tread t 616 
O melt this froze 119 
O mighty God th 289 
Omotherdear, J 611 
O naught of gloo 171 
O Peace divine, b 469 
O sacred head, n 77 
O sacred hour ! O 274 
O safe to the roc 437 
O Savior, precio 522 
O sleepless night 584 
O Source of uncr 42 
O Spirit of the li 115 
O spread the tid 109 
O strengthen me 395 
O Sun of Righte 307 
O Sun of Righte 382 
O sweet and bles 641 
O tell me no mor 291 
O tell of hismig 23 



Hymn No. 
O that each in th 567 
O that home of t .595 
O that I could al 324 
O that I could fo 376 
O that I could re 223 
O that I could, w 376 
O that I might a 378 
O that I might n 377 
O that I now, fro 361 
O that I now the 348 
O that in me the 339 
O that it now fr 339 
O that my load o 3.34 
O that my tende 470 
O that our thou 170 
O that the Comf 283 
O that the world 153 
O that the world 279 
O that the world 394 
O that to thee m 470 
O that we all mi 177 
O that with yon 92 
O the cross has ^H 
O the rapturous 276 
O the transport! 627 
O then, aloud, in 33 
O then what rap 646 
O these tender b 296 
O think what va 190 
O this uttermost 3.56 
O thou almighty 73 
O thou, by whom 478 
O thou eternal R 660 
O thou from wh 480 
O thou God of m 535 
O thou, in whose 537 
O thou, our Savi 463 
O thou, to whom 3 
Othou, to whose 364 
Othou,whocam 483 
Othou who dries 509 
O thou who dwel 18 
O thou who give 690 
O thou, who has 358 
O thou, whom al 5 
O thou whose of 76 
O 'tis delight wi 525 
O Trinity in unit 155 
O Truth divine, b 469 
O turn ye, O turn 216 
O unexampled lo 197 
O use me, Lord 395 
O utter but the n 21 
O voice of mercy 730 
O wash my soul 222 
O watch and flgh 408 
O what a blessed 628 
O what a mighty 617 
O what amazing 247 
O what are all m 585 
O what hath Jes 585 
O when, thou cit 643 
O when wilt tho 351 
O where shall re 604 
O who could bea 509 
O who will folio 325 
O who'll stand u 325 
O why should I 537 
O wide embracin 431 
O wondrous kno 4 
O wondrous love 207 
O wondrous pow 459 
O Word of God i 129 
O worship the K 23 
O worship the L 22 
O would he more 628 
O would my Lor 576 
O wouldst thou a 103 
O wretched stat 601 
O ye banished se 297 
Oh,by the widow 701 
Oh, Christ ! he is 618 
Ob 1 for the won 212 



Hymn No. 
Oh, haste thee, a 220 
Oh, how shall I 26 
Oh, how sweet to 4.50 
Oh, if my mortal 727 
Oh, joy! oh, deli 100 
Oh, let thy life b 317 
Oh, strive thou 584 
Oh, the stars nev 613 
Oh, to grace how 226 
Oh, what wonder 326 
Oh, where is this 608 
Oh, who's like m .542 
Obedient faith, t 261 
O'er all those wi 627 
O'erwhelmed wi 335 
Of all the pious 570 
Of all thy heart's .587 
Of heaven the si 171 
Of him who did 248 
Of peace I only k 518 
Oft as I lay me d 131 
Often to Marah's 425 
Once earthly joy 314 
Once more we co 32 
Once on the ragi 65 
Once they were 642 
One family we d 636 
One only gift can 265 
One sweetly sole 624 
One sweetly sole 727 
On Jordan's stor 627 
Onmountain-top 651 
On thee alone m 246 
On thee, at the c 174 
On thee, O God 333 
On the lone mou 498 
On this stone, no 673 
On thy redeemin 311 
Only faintly now 640 
Only "Good-nigh 594 
Only thee conten 386 
Onward, Christi 410 
Onward, ever on 295 
Onward, then, y 410 
Onward we go, f 633 
Open my faith's 363 
Open now the cr 306 
Open their e_yes t 189 
Open wide, O Go 673 
Oppressed with s 207 
Or he deserts us 392 
Or if, on joyful 495 
Or worn by slowl 598 
Other knowledg 324 
Other refuge hav 436 
Our blessed Lor 214 
Our brother the 582 
Our children tho 157 
Our dearest joys 321 
Our eyes have se 198 
Our fair Alma M 723 
Our Father, God 471 
Our Father in he 723 
Our Father who 733 
Our fathers, cha 397 
Our fathers' God 707 
Our fathers, whe 570 
Our glad hosan 59 
Our glorious Lea 642 
Our God is love 5.58 
Our hope and ex 102 
Our life is a drea 567 
Our life, while 722 
Our Lord in pity 214 
Our midnight is 50 
Our mourning is 619 
Our offspring, st 157 
Our old compan 637 
Our souls and bo 311 
Our souls and bo 322 
Our souls rejoici 125 
Our spirits, too 637 
Our wasting live 573 

488 



Hymn No. 
Our wishes, our 358 
Out of great dist 622 
Out of the deep r 462 

Pardon and peac 162 
Paschal Lamb, b 94 
Pass me not, O g 228 
Pass me not, O g 234 
Pass me not, O G 234 
Pass me not, O m 234 
Pass me not, thy 234 
Patient the appo 305 
Peace and pard 367 
Peace, doubting 504 
Peace on earth, g 64 
Peace, perfect p 520 
Peace, troubled s 511 
People and real 649 
Perfect submissi 286 
Perhaps he will 194 
Permit them to a 154 
Pilgrim, in that 6.57 
Pilgrim, see, the 657 
Pity and heal m 225 
Pity the day of f 462 
Pleasure and we 328 
Plenteous grace 436 
Plenteous of gra 42 
Plunged in a gul 79 
Poor I was, and 272 
Poor, sinful, thi 247 
Praise God, from 1 
Praise God, from 734 
Praise God, from 735 
Praise ye the Lo 10 
Prayer is appoin 460 
Prayer is the bur 478 
Prayer is the Ch 478 
Prayer is the con 478 
Prayer is the key 493 
Prayer is the sim 478 
Prayer is the sou 478 
Prayer makes th 467 
Prepared, by gra 621 
Present we know 71 
Preserved by po 559 
Pressing onward 441 
Prostrate before 8 
Prostrate I'll lie 194 
Put all thy beau 140 
Put far from eac 715 

Quick as their t 284 

Raised by the br 305 
Ready for all thy 483 
Ready for you th 187 
Ready the Fathe 187 
Ready the Spirit 187 
Ready thou art t 152 
Ready thy promi 144 
Rebuild thy wall 136 
Redeemed from 587 
Refining fire, go 339 
Reflect, thou has 191 
Regard our pray 463 
Reign in me, Lo 372 
Rejoice in glorio 540 
Rejoice, rejoice 102 
Rejoice, the Lor 540 
Rejoicing now in 378 
Relief alone is fo 183 
Remember, Lor 116 
Remember thee 166 
Remove this har 348 
Renew my will f 499 
Repeat the story 518 
Rest comes at le 633 
Rest for my soul 334 
Rest, sweetly res 588 
Restore, my dear 537 
Restraining pra 467 
Rests secure the 603 



Hymn No. 
Return, my soul 170 
Return, O holy D 4.56 
Return, O wand 195 
Rise, Lord, and 454 
Rise, my soul, an 632 
Rise, touched wi 186 
Risen and renew 159 
Rising to sing m 131 
Riven the rock f 425 
Rivers of love an 204 
Rivers to the oce 632 
Rock of ages, cle 243 
Roll on thou, mi 660 
Round each hab 139 

Safely through a 175 
Sages, leave you 57 
Saints, before th 57 
Saints in glory, p 630 
Saints of God ! t 108 
Salvation in his 413 
Salvation ! let th 254 
Salvation! O the 254 
Salvation !0 tho 254 
Salvation to God 75 
Satan with all hi 354 
Saved is the life 313 
Save me from de 93 
Save me from pr 357 
Save us by grace 275 
Savior, accept th 589 
Savior, again to 39 
Savior, blessed S 295 
Savior, breathe 684 
Savior, hasten t 54S 
Sayior, help us i 447 
Savior 1 I follow 425 
Savior 1 1 long to 425 
Savior, I thank t 350 
Savior, in whose 233 
Savior, lead me 1 434 
Savior, like a sh 693 
Savior of men, t 148 
Saviorof thesin- 377 
Savior, Prince, e 455 
Savior, thy gold 331 
Savior! thy mee 599 
Savior, to thee m 349 
Savior, when in 487 
Savior, where'er 364 
Savior, while my 6% 
Saw ye not the c 654 
Say, shall we yie 66 
Say to the heath 663 
Say, where is thy 219 
Scatter the last 372 
Search thou our 8 
Seasons and mon 706 
See, from his he 160 
See, from the Ro 188 
See heathen nat 652 
See him set forth 210 
See how great a 654 
See, in the Savio 181 
See, Israel's gent 154 
See, Lord, the tr 333 
See, on the mou 418 
See that your la 102 
See the door still 204 
See, the feast of 164 
See the glorious 657 
See the haven fu 630 
See the healing 209 
See the Judge, o 609 
See the stars fro 104 
See the streams 139 
See the well-spre 201 
See there the sta 407 
Send down thy 1 329 
Send me. Lord 696 
Send some mess 35 
Sent by my Lord 210 
Servant of God 587 



FIRST LINES OF STANZAS 



Hymn No. 
Servants of God 33 
Shall aught beg 287 
Shall I, for fear 147 
Shall I, to sooth 147 
Shall we, whose 659 
Shepherd Divine 472 
Shepherds, in th 57 
Should coming d 302 
Should earth ag 278 
Should sudden v 222 
Should swift dea 684 
Shout, all the pe 107 
Show me what I 485 
Show pity. Lord 222 
Show them the b 462 
Shudder not to p 630 
Since my eyes we 326 
Since thou hast 506 
Since, with pure 432 
Sing of his dying 74 
Sing till the ech 109 
Sing to the Lord 10 
Sing we then in 547 
Sing we to our Q 738 
Sink down, ye se 525 
Sinking and pan 274 
Sinner,cometo J 209 
Sinners, his life f 260 
Sinners in derisi 97 
Sinners, lift up y 122 
Sinners, obey tn 187 
Sinners, the voic 192 
Sinners, turn; w 208 
Sinners, whose 1 92 
Sinners, wrungw 57 
Sleep on, belove 594 
Soar we now wh 88 
So blooms the h 598 
So fades a summ 577 
So I may thy Spi 386 
So let thy grace s 4 
So long thy powe 444 
So may the unbe 558 
So may the word 126 
So shall my wal 456 
So shall you slia 389 
So, whene'er the 37 
So when my late 600 
So will thy peopl 708 
Softly and tende 212 
Soldiers of Chris 416 
Soldiers of Chris 417 
Sole, self-oxistin 11 
Sometimes 'mid 523 
Sons of God, you 654 
Soonastheeveni 49 
Soon as the mor 454 
Soon as we draw 180 
Soon, borne on t 185 
Soon our toils w 493 
Soon shall end 108 
Soon shall I lear 538 
Soon shall I pas 54 
Soon shall we he 74 
Soon thou wilt c 13 
Sorrow and fear 514 
Sorrow is solid j 313 
Soul of my soul, r 370 
Source of sweete 123 
Sovereign of all 282 
Sow in the morn 145 
Speak, gracious 230 
Speak the secon 377 
Speak thy pardo 117 
Speak with that 178 
Speed away, spe 666 
Speed my aoul 606 
Spirit of faith, c 279 
Spirit of grace, O 167 
Spirit of life and 111 
Spirit of light, ex 120 
Spirit of truth, a 725 
Spirit of truth, b 120 



Hymn No. 
Spirit of Truth, e 132 
Sprinkle me, Sa 357 
Stand then in hi 416 
Stand theomnip 603 
Stand up I stand 415 
Stay, thou insult 221 
Steer well I the 584 
Still heavy is thy 438 
Still hold the sta 149 
Still let him wit 464 
Still let it on the 5 
Still let me live 426 
Still let them co 445 
Still let us our o 545 
Still, Lord, thy s 405 
Still may we to o 556 
Still nigh me, O 506 
Still, O Lord, ou 549 
Still restless nat 9 
Still this the clo 62 
Still we believe 132 
Still we wait for 241 
Strangers and pi 305 
Stretch forth thy 724 
Stripped of each 514 
Strive we, in affe 547 
Stronger his lov 376 
Stronger than de 285 
Such is the Chri 579 
Suffered no more 475 
Sun and moon ar 104 
Sun, moon and s 133 
Sun of my soul, t 683 
Sun of our life, t 50 
Sure as thy truth 135 
Sure I must figh 402 
Sure never till m 263 
Surely in us the 347 
Surely thou cans 244 
Surrounded by a 413 
Sweet bonds tha 612 
Sweet, dreamles 588 
Sweet fields bey 639 
Sweet hour of pr 461 
Sweet is the day 173 
Sweet is the sum 171 
Sweet is the wor 173 
Sweet the mome 491 
Sweet was the ti 454 
Sweetly the holy 498 
Swift as the eagl 289 
Swift I ascend t 525 
Swift through th 63 
Swift to its close 484 
Swift to my resc 475 

Take me now, L 696 
Take my hands a 330 
Take my life and 330 
Take my love, m 330 
Take my poor h 366 
Take my silver a 330 
Take my soul an 319 
Take my voice a 330 
Take my will an 330 
Take the dear pu 463 
Take the golden 493 
Take time to be 303 
Talk with us, Lo 526 
Teach me to live 681 
Teach us to live 476 
Teach us to love 558 
Teach us, with g 401 
Tell me not of he 384 
Tempt not my so 427 
Tender Shepher 596 
Ten thousand ti 646 
Ten thousand to 636 
Thanks for mere 564 
Thanks we give 37 
That all-compris 44 
That awful day 601 
That bears, tinm 474 



Hymn No. 
That blessed law 370 
That great, myst 294 
Tliat I thy mere 361 
That path with 359 
That peace whic 519 
That sacred stre 433 
That Spirit, whi 116 
That sweet comf 276 
That token of th 385 
That nnchangea 595 
That will not mu 474 
That word above 422 
The almighty Fo 246 
The atonement o 340 
The birds witho 55 
The blood of goa 76 
The boundless m 255 
The brightest th 321 
The captive exil 462 
The cause of tern 724 
The cheerful trib 538 
The Church from 129 
The Church's on 134 
The cleaving sin 17 
The clouds may 396 
The c o n s c ience 608 
The consolations 351 
The covenant we 563 
The cup of bless 163 
The current of li 316 
The day glides 284 
The day is past a 687 
The dearest idol 456 
The depth of all 249 
The dictates of t 20 
The dying thief r 245 
The earth may f 645 
The earth shall s 259 
The evening clo 572 
The everlasting 101 
The Father hear 281 
The Father, Son 187 
The fearful soul 202 
The few that tru 142 
The fire divine t 17 
The flowery spri 706 
The fondness of 321 
The foolish buil 668 
The friends who 509 
The gift which h 552 
The gladness of t 7 
The glorious cro 346 
The God of Abra 634 
The God of barv 702 
The God that ru 536 
The goodly land 635 
The gospel 1 Oh 246 
The gospel trum 388 
The happy gates 204 
The hardness of 152 
The head that o % 
The heavens dec 133 
The highest plac 96 
The hill of Zion 536 
The holy, meek 95 
Thejoyof all wh 96 
The kingdom th 501 
The King of hea 162 
The least and fe 521 
The living bread 163 
The long, long ni 109 
The long-lost son 452 
The Lord has pr 259 
The Lord is my s 729 
The Lord is our 714 
The Lord is rise 89 
The Lord Jehov 51 
The Lord makes 150 
The Lord my pa 428 
The Lord my rig 265 
The Lord of eart 566 
The Lord our Go 672 
The Lord poura 541 

489 



Hymn No. 
The Lord who b 511 
The Lord's my S 440 
The love of Chri 148 
The martyr first 414 
The Master is ca 219 
The men of grac 536 
The morning flo 598 
The morning lig 652 
The old man, me 694 
The opening hea 524 
The pain of life s 141 
The pains, the g 576 
The passions tor 179 
The pestilence w 515 
The power of int 472 
The power that g 125 
The praying spir 475 
The present we 190 
The Prince of m 268 
The profit will b 119 
The rapturous h 355 
The rich man's g 677 
The rocks can re 232 
The rolling sun 133 
The rush of num 265 
The saints in his 620 
The saints who d 591 
The sands of tim 618 
The secret of the 374 
The seed of sin's 371 
The Shepherd so 277 
The Son of God g 414 
The Son of God i 238 
The sons of fath 411 
The soul by faith 514 
The soul that on 423 
The souls that b 291 
The spacious fir 49 
The Spirit calls 200 
The spirits that s 26 
The storm is laid 722 
The Sun of Right 343 
The thing my Go 370 
The things etern 626 
The things unkn 267 
The thing surpas 261 
The thunder of t 601 
The thunders of 51 
The tinselry of e 420 
The tokens of th 163 
The voice that b 712 
The wasting des 515 
The watch-fires 650 
The watchmen j 150 
The whole creati 31 
The whole wide 656 
The word of God 347 
The world can ne 604 
The world canno 407 
The year rolls ro 573 
The young, the o 120 
Thee, Father, So 563 
Thee let the fath 157 
Thee the great J 368 
Thee we adore, e 573 
Thee while the fi 12 
Thee will I love 308 
Their joy unto t 17 
Their toils are p 581 
Then dig about t 566 
Th^n every mur 335 
Then I'll range t 399 
Then in a nobler 245 
Then in love fore 209 
Then is my stren 465 
Then learn to sc 391 
Then let me mou 54 
Then let me on t 472 
Then let our son 536 
Then let our sor B81 
Then let the hop 572 
Then let ns ador 75 
Then let ns ever 555 



Hymn No. 
Then let us gladl 347 
Then let us in hi 172 
Then let us make 559 
Then let us sit b 81 
Then let us wait 101 
Then, made perf 159 
Then, my soul, in 486 
Then persevere t 408 
Then place them 732 
Then, Savior, th 571 
Then shall I see 17S 
Then shall my la 314 
Then shall wars 664 
Then shout the t 701 
Then sorrow, ton 509 
Then the writing 605 
Then 'tis time to 568 
Then when on ea 499 
Then, when the g 145 
Then,when the m 553 
Then will he ow 442 
Then, with my w 495 
There all our gr 617 
There all the sbi 582 
There at my Sav 644 
There dwells the 635 
There Faith lifts 638 
There for me the 453 
There fragrant fl 638 
There, in worshi 34 
There is a death 604 
There is a fount 245 
There is a great 181 
There ia a home f 638 
There is a land o 639 
There is a line b 608 
There is a place 466 
There is a safe 521 
There is a scene 466 
There is a spot t 274 
There is a stream 433 
There is a time 608 
There is a way 26 
There is an hour 638 
There is my hous 626 
There is the thro 641 
There is welcom 217 
There I shall ba 278 
There Jesus bids 130 
There let it for t 483 
There let the wa 495 
There let us all w 5 
There, like an e 510 
There shall each 74 
There, there one 466 
There we shall s 536 
There we with e 190 
There, what deli 130 
There your exalt 288 
Therefore I mur 644 
There's a e a 11 661 
There's a land fa 613 
There's a song in 60 
There's a tumult 60 
There's a widene 217 
These clouds of 382 
These feeble typ 76 
These lively hop 589 
These, these pre 26 
These walls we t 669 
They are justifie 550 
They come, they 136 
They have fellow 550 
They marked the 642 
They scorn to se 284 
They see the Sav 616 
They stand, thos 641 
They suffer with 96 
They tell the tri 2.50 
They watch for ■ 148 
They who seek t 486 
Thine earthly Sa 169 
Thine I am, O L 696 



FIRST LINES OF STANZAS 



Hymn No. 
Thine image, Lo 476 
Thine, wholly th H 
Thine would I li 310 
This awful God i 536 
This glorious ho 546 
This happiness, i 626 
This heavenly ca 170 
This hope suppo 403 
This is salvation 183 
This is the day w 172 
This is the dear 336 
This is the faith 275 
This is the grace 525 
This is the time 210 
This is the victo 407 
This is the way I 264 
This lamp, throu 124 
This life's a drea 614 
This pool, faithl 316 
This stone to the 671 
This the uuivera 213 
Thitherour faith 565 
Those trees fore 611 
Thou art coming 485 
Thou art exalted 24 
Thou art friendl 201 
Thou art the anc 354 
Thou art the ear 280 
Thou art the fra 8 
Thou art the Lif 68 
Thou art the sea 533 
Thou art the sov 24 
Thou art the Tru 68 
Thou art the Wa 68 
Thou art thyself 8 
ThouawfulJudg 602 
Thou, blessed So 13 
Thou blessed Tr 24 
Thou callest me 526 
Thou earnest, O 692 
Thou canst fill m 110 
Thou canst not t 145 
Thou comest in t 15 
Thou didst leave 692 
Thou dying Lam 245 
Thou God of tru 555 
Thou God of tru 604 
Thou great and g 293 
Thou hast put gl 522 
Thou hast my fle 329 
Thou hast prom 693 
Thou hidden Lo 344 
Thou hidden So 512 
Thou high and h 18 
Thou Judge of q 607 
Thou know'st no 145 
Thou, new heave 241 
Thou, O Christ, a 436 
Thou on the Lor 439 
Thou shalt see m 271 
Thou Shepherd o 300 
Thou Son of God 178 
Thou sovereign 672 
Thou sweet, belo 505 
Thou the refuge 434 
Thou the Spring 228 
Thou very prese 514 
Thou waitest to 251 
Thou who art lig 711 
Thou, who bad'st 605 
Thou, whose un 667 
Thou wilt not sp 457 
Though careful 394 
Though cast dow 586 
Though dark my 499 
Though destruct 684 
Though eighteen 385 
Though fierce m 325 
Though high ab 29 
Though I have m 221 
Though I l)ave s 221 
Though in a bar 428 
Though in afflic 506 



Hymn No. 
Though in the p 428 
Though late, I a 237 
Though like the 495 
Though nature g 354 
Though nature's 635 
Though numero 54 
Though on our h 111 
Though our sins 705 
Though prospect 396 
Though Satan sh 517 
Though the nigh 684 
Though thou has 720 
Though thou sho 369 
Though to-day w 586 
Though troubles 55 
'Though unseen, I 535 
Though waves an 270 
Though we here 38 
Though with a s 134 
Though you hav 352 
Thrice blessed, b 294 
Thrice blest is h 391 
Thrice blest will 3.58 
Thrice comforta 445 
Thrice holy. Lor 24 
Through all eter 530 
Through all his .51 
Through all thee 452 
Through every p 530 
Through grace w 30 
Through hidden 530 
Through him, ou 18 
Through many d 259 
Through much d 407 
Through our pil 296 
Through tribula 616 
Throughout the 249 
Throughout the 251 
Thus far the Lor 682 
Thus might I hi 161 
Thus present sti 53 
Thus shall the s 511 
Thus, strong in h 412 
Thus, though the 136 
Thus, when the n 682 
Thus, while his d 263 
Thus will the eh 560 
Thy all-surroun 4 
Thy beautiful sw 505 
Thy blood shall S51 
Thy body, broke 166 
Thy bountiful ca 23 
Thy ceaseless, un 251 
Thy chosen temp 167 
■Thy favor, and t 44 
Tby flesh, perha 191 
Thy gardens and 611 
Thy gifts, alas 1 c 350 
Thy goodness an 251 
Thy grace with g 625 
Thy hand, in aut 706 
Thy holy will be 313 
Thy hosts are m 651 
Thy judgments, t 232 
Thy law is perre 126 
Thy life I read, m .580 
Thy loving spirit 365 
Thy meritorious 76 
Thy mighty nam 512 
Thy mouth, O L 362 
Thy name salvat 71 
Thy nature be m 370 
Thy nature, grac 337 
Thy neighbor? H 697 
Thy neighbor? P 697 
Thy neighbor? 'T eg"" 
Thy noblest won 133 
Thy only will be 473 
Thy power unpar 11 
Thy presence, L 473 
Thy ransomed se 315 
Thy saints in all 402 
Thy shining grac 533 



Hymn No. 
Thy side an open 152 
Thy sovereign gr 249 
Thy Spirit then 451 
Thy voice produ 9 
Thy way, not mi 501 
Till amid the ho 441 
Till he come: 01 164 
Till, of the prize 403 
Till then-nor is 327 
Till thou anew m 470 
Till thou thy per 472 
Time is now fleet 212 
Time, like an eve 575 
'Tis done, the gr 256 
'Tis done 1 the pr 78 
'Tis done; thou d 349 
'Tis God's all-an S93 
'Tis Love I 'tis L 342 
'Tis midnight; a 80 
'Tis mystery a 1 1 266 
'Tis not a cause 143 
'Tis not enough t 21 
'Tis prayer supp 460 
'Tis thee I love, f 248 
'Tis there, with t 300 
'Tis thine a hear 230 
'Tis thine alone 724 
'Tis thus the Lor 458 
'Tis to my Savior 323 
To all thy works 8 
To dwell with Go 287 
To each the cove 563 
To earth the gre 260 
To Father, Son a 736 
ToGod,theFath 737 
To hear the sorr 232 
To him continua 288 
To him mine eye 504 
To him shall pra 658 
To him that in t 267 
To Jesus' name g 557 
To make an end 122 
To one who is re 332 
To our benighted 111 
To pass that lim 608 
To praise a Trin 47 
To pray, and wa 607 
To purest joys sh 252 
To real holiness 335 
To seek thee, all 32 
To serve the pres 477 
To shame our sin 248 
To that Jerusale 629 
To the blest foun 240 
To the great One 45 
To the hills I lift 481 
To thee I owe my 16 
To thee our all d 401 
To thee our hum 267 
To thee the glory 261 
To them the cro 96 
To this temple, w 675 
To thy sure love 20 
To-day on weary 174 
To-day the Savi 200 
To-morrow's sun 214 
Together let us s 551 
Toil bravely on 584 
Touched by the 1 545 
Touch me and m 258 
Tremble our hea 5 
'triumphant hos 47 
Triumphant Zio 140 
True-hearted, w 387 
True pleasures 534 
True, 'tis a strait 289 
Truly blessed is t 491 
Trusting only in 228 
Try us, O God, a 553 
Tune your harps 82 
Turn, and your s 189 
Turn, mortal, tu 198 
'Twas a heaven b 276 

490 



Hymn No. 
'Twas grace that 259 

Undaunted to th 412 
Under the shado 575 
Unite the pair so 695 
Until, made bea 594 
Until the Easter 594 
Until we meet a 594 
Unwearied may 290 
Uphold me in th 308 
Up into thee, ou 5.53 
Up to the hills w 679 
Uplift my purest 331 
Upon God's will 505 
Urge on your rap 407 
Use thou each gi 331 
Us into thy prot .551 

Vain are all terr 105 
Vain, delusive w 324 
Vain his ambitio 574 
Vain man, thy fo 191 
Vain the stone, t 88 
Vainly they watc 91 
Vainly we offer e 66 
Vilest of the sinf 319 
Vouchsafe to me 677 

Waft, waft, ye w 659 
Wake, and lift u 680 
Wake up, brothe 352 
Waken, O Lord 573 
Walk in the ligh 304 
Wash me, and m 340 
Wash out its sta 364 
Was it for crime 161 
Watch and pray 496 
Watch by the sic 683 
Watchman, lo, t 657 
Watchman, tell 657 
Watchman, tell u 653 
Weak is the effor 69 
We all partake t 552 
We are now his 1 380 
We are pilgrims 296 
We are tnine, do 693 
We are travelin 297 
We ask not, Fat 519 
We bless thee fo 519 
We bow before t 178 
We bring no hat 701 
We bring them 154 
We can, O Jesus 562 
We come, great G 5 
We come unto o 17 
We follow thee, o 403 
We for his sake 557 
We have a house 625 
We have heard t 661 
We have no outw 275 
We know, by fait 625 
We know, we fee 732 
We laugh to scor 551 
We lay our garm 687 
We lift our heart 688 
Wo may spread o 332 
We meet the gra 71 
We meet with on 120 
We never will th 563 
W^e now thy pro 158 
We plow the flel 704 
We read thee bes 431 
We rejoice in the 60 
We say we will w 332 
We see thy hand 732 
We shall gain ou 380 
Weshallnot wa 631 
We share our mu 546 
We soon shall se 403 
We thank rhee,L 719 
We thank thee, t 704 
We wait in hope 588 
We wait thy triu 651 



Hymn No 
We weep, our he 592 
We who in Chris 285 
We will not close 562 
We would see Je 299 
We'll catch the b 503 
We'll crowd thy 2 
We'll gird our lo 302 
We'll know why 503 
We've no abidin 305 
Weary souls, tha 213 
Weep not for a 582 
Welcome, thou b 229 
Well I know thy 716 
Well might the s 161 
Wellof water, ev 272 
Well, the deligh 72 
Were half the br 467 
Were I possessor 16 
Were the whole 160 
What a fellowsh 450 
W^hat a friend w 489 
What are our wo 366 
What did thine 244 
What do you ho 211 
What empty thi 16 
What glory gild 125 
What have I gai 458 
What have I to 450 
What is it keeps 236 
What is my bein 323 
What is our calli 336 
What is the crea 10 
What language s 77 
What now is my 301 
What peaceful h 456 
What rejoicing i 640 
What ruin hath i 724 
What rush of hal 646 
What shall I do 249 
What shall I say 225 
What sinners va 614 
W' hat then is he 147 
What though a t 413 
What, though ea 146 
What, though in 49 
What though in 1 499 
What though my 341 
What though the 644 
What though the 659 
What though the 668 
What thou, my L 77 
What, to be bani 601 
What troubles h 559 
What various hi 467 
What we have fe 285 
Whatever I fondl 312 
Whate'er my sin 328 
Whate'er thou d 612 
Whenall thy me 530 
When anxious ca 538 
When at last I 424 
When by the dre 722 
When clothed in 531 
W'hen darkness i 506 
When darkness s 273 
When death o'er 538 
When ends Life 494 
When exposed t 146 
When, forever fr 710 
When from this 645 
When God is mi 381 
When grace has 173 
When he first th 654 
When he shall c 273 
W'hen I can read 278 
When I shall gaz 590 
When I shall me 590 
When I shall rea 631 
When I shall see 590 
When I shall wa 590 
When I survey t 160 
When I tread th 308 
When in the slip 6S0 



FIRST LINES OF STANZAS 



Hymn No. 
Whan in the sole 480 
When in the suit 428 
When Israel, oft 53 
When Jesus ma 336 
When justice ba 566 
When life sinks 55 
When, marshall 65 
When, my Savior 386 
When nature sh 730 
When our earthl 486 
When our days o 112 
When our fetter 296 
When passing th 504 
When peace, like 517 
When quiet in m 131 
When rising floo 364 
When Satan app 55 
When shall I he 283 
When shall I rea 627 
When temptatio 492 
When that illust 402 
When the shado 493 
When the soft d 683 
When the sun of 539 
When the weary 164 
When the woes 539 
When this mort 492 
When thou in ou 103 
When thou the w 362 
When through fi 423 
When through t 423 
When to the cro 166 
When trouble, li 54 
When unto thee 13 



Hymn No. 
When we asande 546 
When worn with 480 
Whene'er my car 482 
Where dost thou 537 
Where he displa 649 
Where is that Sp 116 
Where is the ble 456 
Where the indub 283 
Where the sad, t 699 
Where we heed t 699 
Wherefore shoul 593 
Wherefore to the 328 
Wherewith. O L 224 
While God invite 185 
While guilt dist 180 
While here, a str 645 
While here in th 612 
While I am a pil 485 
While I draw thi 243 
While in this reg 359 
While in thy wo 128 
While its hosts c 100 
While life prolo 185 
While life's dark 494 
While our days o 34 
W'hile place we s 513 
While the angel 535 
While the deepe 710 
While we pray fo 175 
While we walk w 549 
While, with cea's 564 
Whither, O whit 502 
Who are these ar 622 
Who can behold 9 



Hymn No. 
Who can resist t 732 
Who in Jesus co 292 
Who is like God 33 
Who is thy neigh 697 
Who Jesus' sutt 347 
Who on earth ca 292 
Who suffer with 29t 
Who thee benea 189 
Who trusting in 591 
Who would hims 224 
Who would not 579 
Whoever will, O 247 
Whose glory to t 47 
Why do you wait 211 
Why hast thou c 555 
Why should I sh 643 
Why should our 581 
Why should the 280 
Why should this 56 
Why should web 190 
Why should we s 576 
Why should we t 212 
Why what we lo 503 
Why will you be 216 
Why will you in 192 
Wide as the worl 2 
Will gifts deligh 224 
Will you come, w 205 
Wilt thou not ye 341 
Wisdom divine 252 
With calm and t 406 
With deep repen 452 
With flowing tea 156 
With heart and e 293 



Hymn No. 
With him I on Z 298 
With joy the cho 63 
With joy we hail 167 
With me, I know 346 
With mercy and 618 
With my burden 485 
With nothing in 207 
With numberles 531 
With patience fir 114 
With pitying eye 79 
With saints enth 587 
With simple fait 2: 
With softening p 223 
With tearful eye 730 
With that blesse 610 
With thee conve 526 
With thee let th 159 
With them let us 250 
With thy Spirit 159 
With what differ 104 
With whom dost 20 
Within thy hous 676 
Without reserve 511 
Work, for the ni 3t'0 
Workman of Go 391 
Worship, honor 94 
Worthy the Lam 31 
Would aught on 312 
Would he the bo 385 
Yea, Amen ! let a 98 
Yea, and before 536 
Yea, bless his ho 702 
Yea, let men rag 147 
Yea, though I w 440 



Hymn No. 
Ye chosen seed o 92 
Ye Christian her 662 
Ye daughters of 537 
Ye fair, enchant 229 
Ye faithful souls 288 
Ye fearful saints 52 
Ye pilgrims on t 74 
Ye ransomed sin 347 
Ye saints to com 17 
Ye servants of Q 75 
Ye slaves of sin a 388 
Ye tempting swe 229 
Ye virgin souls, a 101 
Ye who have sol 388 
Ye who know yo 352 
Yes, every secret 602 
Yes, Jesus is the 196 
Yes, the prize sh 104 
Yes, when this fl 259 
Yet, glorified by 591 
Yet, Lord, for us 311 
Yet, oh! thechie 221 
Yet onward I ha 534 
Yet save a trem 222 
Yet she on earth 134 
Yet these, newri 598 
Yield to me now 342 
Your faith by ho 288 
Your lofty theme 1 
Your real life, w 288 
Your way is dar 192 
Zion enjoys her 433 
Zion stands with 137 



^ixQt %inc9 of Hi^mns 



HYMN 

Abide with me! Fast falls the event! 484 

According to thy gracious word 16^> 

A charge to keep I have 477 

A few more years shall roll 560 

A goodly formal saint 262 

A mighty fortress is our God 422 

A stranger in the world below 629 

A thousand oracles divine 47 

A wonderful Savior is Jesus my Lord.. 531 

Afflictions, though they seem severe. . 45S 

Ah! whither should I go 236 

Alas! and did my Savior bleed 161 

All for Jesus, all for Jesus 326 

All glory to God in the sky 103 

All glory to Jesus be given 355 

All hail the power of Jesus' name. ... 92 

All my life long I had panted 272 

All praise to our redeeming Lord.... 552 

All praise to thee, eternal Lord 15 

All scenes alike engaging prove 513 

All things are possible to him 362 

Almighty Maker of my frame 574 

"Almost persuaded," now to believe. . 206 

Amazing grace! how sweet the sound.. 259 

Am I a soldier of the cross 402 

Ancient of Days, who sittest throned 41 

And are we yet alive 559 

And can it be that I should gain 266 

And can I yet delay 237 

And did my Lord on earth endure. . . . 313 

And is there, Lord, a rest 615 

And let this feeble body fail 585 

And must I be to judgment brought. . 602 

And must this body die 589 

And will the great eternal God 609 

Angels, from the realms of glory 57 

Angels sur march oppose 419 

Another year is dawning 561 

Arise, and bless the Lord 29 

Arise, my soul, arise 281 

Arise, my soul, on wings sublime 287 

Arise, ye saints, arise 403 

Arm me with thy whole armor. Lord. . 404 

Arm of the Lord, awake, awake ! Puf 663 

Arm of the Lord, awake, awake! Thin 141 

Arm these thy soldiers, mighty Lord.. 155 

Art thou weary, art thou languid 227 

Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleep 578 

Author of faith, eternal Word 267 

Awake, and sing the song 74 

Awake, my soul, and with the sun.... 680 

Awake, my soul, in joyful lays 54 



BTMN 

Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve. . 393 

Awake, our souls! away, oux fears.... 289 

Away my needless fears 445 

Away, my unbelieving fear 430 

Away with our sorrow ^nd fear 619 

Before Jehovah's awful throne 2 

Behold a Stranger at the door 186 

Behold ! I come with joy to do 394 

Behold me standing at the door 199 

Behold the Christian warrior stand. . . 412 

Behold the hands stretched out for aid 650 

Behold the Savior of mankind...... 78 

Behold the sure Foundation-stone 668 

Behold the throne of grace 476 

Behold what condescending love 156 

Being of beings, God of love 14 

Beloved, sleep 58S 

Beneath our feet, and o'er our head. . 198 

Be present at our table. Lord 717 

Be still, my soul, before thy God.... 507 

Beyond the smiling and the weeping. . 731 

Blessed are the sons of God 550 

Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine. . . . 286 

Bless the Lord, O my soul 728 

Blest be the tie that binds 546 

Blow ye the trumpet, blow 388 

Brightest and best of the sons of the 66 

Broad is the road that leads to death. . 202 

By cool Siloam's shady rill 690 

By thy birth, and by thy tears 242 

Call Jehovah thy salvation 432 

Cast thy bread upon the waters 655 

Center of our hopes thou art 548 

Children of the heavenly King 297 

Choose I must, and soon must choose 606 

Christ for the world we sing 665 

Christ is coming ! let creation 610 

Christ is made the sure foundation.. 675 

Christ the Lord is risen to-day 88 

Christian, dost thou see them 716 

Christians, brethren, ere we part 38 

Come, and let us sweetly join 547 

Come, every soul by sin oppressed.... 196 

Come, Father, Son and Holy Ghost, H 158 

Come, Father. Son and Holy Ghost, O 44 

Come, Father, Son and Holy Ghost, T 695 

Come, Holy Ghost, all-quickening fire 345 

Come, Holy Ghost, in love 121 

Come, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire 127 

Come, Holy Spirit, come 119 



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HYMN 

Come home ! come home 215 

Come, humble sinner, in whose breast 194 

Come, let us anew our journey pursue 567 

Come, let us ascend 292 

Come, let us join our cheerful songs . . 31 

Come, let us join our friends above. . 636 

Come, let us join with one accord.... 172 

Come, let us use the grace divine.... 563 

Come, let us who in Christ believe.... 30 

Come, my fond, fluttering heart 229 

Come, my soul, thy suit prepare 485 

Come, O my God. the promise seal.... 349 

Come, O thou all-victorious Lord 177 

Come, O thou Traveler unknown .... 341 

Come. O thou universal Good 374 

Come on, my partners in distress.... 294 

Come, Savior, Jesus, from above 359 

Come, sinners, to the gospel feast.... 210 

Come, thou Almighty King 45 

Come, thou Fount of every blessing. . 226 

Come, thou long-expected Jesus...... 490 

Come unto me, when shadows darkly 510 

Come, wisdom, power and grace divine 556 

Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye Ian 50S 

Come, ye saints, look here and wonder 90 

Come, ye sinners, poor and needy .... 184 

Come, ye that love the Lord 536 

Commit thou all thy griefs 439 

Conquering now and still to conquer. . 409 

Creator, Spirit, by whose aid 42 

Crown him with many crowns 19 

Darkly rose the guilty morning 721 

Daughter of Zion, from the dust 136 

Day is dying in the west 710 

Day of judgment, day of wonders.... 609 

Day of wrath, O dreadful day 605 

Deathless spirit, now arise 630 

Deep are the wounds which sin has m 181 

Delay not, delay not, O sinner, draw n 203 

Depth of mercy ! can there be 453 

Did Christ o'er sinners weep 238 

Draw near, O Son of God, draw near 149 

Dread Jehovah! God of nations 705 

Enthroned on high, almighty Lord 111 

Equip me for the war 406 

Eternal depth of love divine 20 

Eternal Father, thou hast said 651 

Eternal Light ! Eternal Light 26 

Eternal Power, whose high abode. ... 12 

Eternal Source of every joy 706 

Except the Lord conduct the plan...'. 151 

Face to face with Christ my Savior.. 640 

Fade, fade, each earthly joy 427 

Faith of our fathers! living still 397 

Far from these scenes of night 621 

Father, I stretch my hands to ttse... 244 

Father of all, in whom alone 128 

Father, Son and Holy Ghost 319 



HYMN 

Father, whate'er of earthly bliss .... 518 

Fling out the banner! let It float 64S 

Forever here my rest shall be 340 

Forever with the Lord 600 

From all that dwell below the skies.. 1 

From every stormy wind that blows. . 466 

From Greenland's icy mountains 659 

From Sinai's cloud of darkness 255 

From the cross there flows a hallowed 367 

From the recesses of a lowly spirit. . 732 

Gentle Jesus, meek and mild 691 

Gently, Lord, O gently lead us 492 

Give me the wings of faith to rise.... 642 

Give to the winds thy fears 438 

Glorious things of thee are spoken.... 139 

Glory be to the Father 726 

Glory to thee, my God, this night.... 681 

God be with you till we meet again. . 40 

God bless our home, and fill it 686 

God bless our native land 709 

God is a name my soul adores 9 

God is love; his mercy brightens 48 

God is the refuge of his saints 433 

God moves in a mysterious way...... 52 

God of all power and truth and grace 361 

God of my life, through all my days 538 

God of my life, whose gracious power 502 

God of the past, accept our praise. ... 713 

God, the All-terrible! thou who ordain 708 

God's holy law transgressed 183 

Go forward, is the great command. . 396 

Gone from our home forever 592 

Grace ! 'tis a charming sound 253 

Gracious Spirit, Love divine 117 

Great God, attend, while Zion sings. . 6 

Great God, indulge my humble claim.. 293 

Great King of glory, come 674 

Great Source of being and of love.... 138 

Guide me, O thou great Jehovah 306 

Had I the gift of tongues 369 

Hail, thou once despised Jesus 94 

Hail, to the Lord's Anointed 658 

Happy the home when God is there. . 678 

Happy the man who finds the grace. . 252 

Hark ! hark ! my soul, angelic songs a 633 

Hark, how the watchmen cry 418 

Hark, my soul, it is the Lord 271 

Hark, ten thousand harps and voices.. 543 

Hark, the glad sound ! the Savior com 59 

Hark! the herald angels sing 58 

Hark ! the Savior's voice from heaven 209 

Hark! the voice of love and mercy.... 82 

Hark! what mean those holy voices.. 64 

Hasten, Lord, the glorious .time 664 1 

Hasten, sinner, to be wise 193 

Heaven is here, where hymns of gladn 699 

He comes, he comes, the Judge severe 107 

He dies! the Friend of sinners dies.. 86 

He leadeth me, for I can feel the clasp 449 



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FIRST I.INES OF HYMNS 



HYMN 

He leadeth me ! O blessed thought .... 523 

He was not willing that any should B^r 647 

He wills that I should holy be '. . 333 

Help, Lord, to whom for help I fly.. 482 

Help us, O Lord, thy yoke to wear. , 401 

Ho ! every one that thirsts, draw nigh 188 

Holy and true and righteous Lord .... 363 

Holy as thou, O Lord, is none 11 

Holy Ghost! dispel our sadness 123 

Holy Ghost, with light divine 118 

Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty 46 

Holy Sabbath, day of rest 176 

Holy Spirit, faithful Guide 112 

Hosanna ! be the children's song 689 

Hover o'er me, Holy Spirit 110 

How are thy servants blest 722 

How beauteous are their feet 150 

How blest the righteous when he dies 577 

How can a sinner know 285 

How do thy mercies close me round. . 420 

How firm a foundation, ye saints of th 423 

How gentle God's commands 56 

How great the wisdom, power and gr 250 

How happy every child of grace 628 

How happy is the pilgrim's lot 626 

How helpless nature lies 179 

How many pass the guilty night 562 

How oft have I the Spirit grieved.... 231 

How precious is the book divine 124 

How sad it would be, if, when thou d 220 

How sad our state by nature is 240 

How sweetly flowed the gospel's sound 70 

How sweet the hour of closing day. . 579 

How sweet the name of Jesus sounds 69 

How swift the torrent rolls 570 

How tedious and tasteless the hours.. 528 

How vain are all things here below. . 321 

How vain is all beneath the skies. . . . 572 

Humble and teachable and mild 300 

Hushed was the evening hymn 694 

I am dwelling on the mountain 384 

I and my house will serve the Lord. . 685 

I bow my forehead to the dust 435 

I gave my life for thee 317 

I heai'd the voice of Jesus say 257 

I hear my dying Savior say 720 

I know I love thee bettei-, Lord 522 

I know not why vGod's wondrous grace 443 

I know that my Redeemer lives, And e 381 

I know that my Redeemer lives ; "What 85 

I long to behold him arrayed 298 

I love thee, I love thee, I love thee, m 542 

I love the holy Son of God ;► 84 

I love thy kingdom, Lord 135 

I love to tell the story 544 

I must have the Savior with me 446 

I stand all bewildered with wonder. . 268 

I storm the gate of strife 420 

I thank thee, uncreated Sun 308 

I thirst, thou wounded Lamb of God.. 366 



HYMN 

I, too, forewarned by Jesus' love 599 

I want a heart to pray 497 

I want a principle within 479 

I was a wandering sheep 277 

I will sing the wondrous story 532 

I will sing you a song of that beautiful 595 

I would be thine; O take my heart.. 379 

If thou impart thyself to me 338 

I'll praise my Maker while I've breath 541 

I'm but a stranger here 64r4 

I'm not ashamed to own my Lord.... 442 

In age and feebleness extreme 597 

In evil long I took delight 263 

In God I have found a retreat 515 

In hope, against all human hope.... 261 

In the cross of Christ I glory 539 

In the land of strangers 201 

In the love that knov\'S no waning, in 701 

In the silent midnight watches 568 

In thy name, O Lord, assembling. ... 34 

Infinite God, to thee we raise 43 

It came upon the midnight clear. ... 62 

It may be at morn, when the day is a 100 

I've wandered far away from God.... 235 

Jehovah, God of love 725 

Jehovah, God who dwelt of old 677 

Jehovah, thee we praise 24 

Jerusalem, my happy home 643 

Jerusalem the golden 641 

Jesus, and shall it ever be 327 

Jesus, at whose supreme command... 163 

Jesus, a word, a look from thee 182 

Jesus calls me; I am going 398 

Jesus comes with all his grace 380 

Jesus, from whom all blessings flow. . 142 

Jesus, great Shepherd of the sheep... 551 

Jesus hath died that I might live. . . . 350 

Jesus, I my cross have taken 309 

Jesus, in whom the God-head's rays. . 357 

Jesus, let thy pitying eye 455 

Jesus, I^rd, we look to thee 554 

Jesus, Lover of my soul 436 

Jesus, my Advocate above 93 

Jesus, my all, to heaven is gone 264 

Jesus, my life, thyself apply 372 

Jesus, my Savior, Brother, Friend.... 464 

Jesus, my strength, my hope 318 

Jesus, our best beloved Friend 311 

Jesus, plant and root in me 375 

Jesus. Redeemer of mankind 189 

Jesus, Savior, pilot me 424 

Jesus shall reign where'er the sun.... 649 

Jesus sin-eads his banner o'er us 165 

Jesus, the name high over all 153 

Jesus, the sinner's friend, to thee. . . . 225 

Jesus, the sinner's rest thou art 351 

Jesus, the very thought of thee 527 

Jesus, the word of mercy give 144 

Jesus, thine all-victorious love 339 

Jesus, thou all-redeeming Lord < 15'a 



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FIRST LINES O^ HYMNS 



HYMN 

Jesus, thou everlasting King 7 

Jesus, thy blood arid righteousness.... 95 

Jesus, thy boundless love to me 290 

Jesus, thy disciples see 159 

Jesus, thy name I love 13 

Jesus, united by thy grace 545 

Jesus, we look to thee 71 

Jesus, where'er thy people meet 27 

Jesus, while our hearts are bleeding. . 58(3 

Join all the glorious names 73 

Join, all ye ransomed sous of grace... 565 

Joy to the world, the Lord is come. . 61 

Just as I am, without one plea 239 

Laborers of Christ, arise 389 

Leader of faithful souls, and guide.... 305 

Lead, kindly Light, amid the encirclin 444 

Let earth and heaven agree 197 

Let every mortal ear attend 204 

Let him to whom we now belong 322 

Let me stay ; I fain would labor 399 

Tiet not the wise their wisdom boast. . 265 

Let party names no more 560 

Let worldly minds the world pursue. . 320 

Let Zion's watchmen all awake 143 

Lift up, lift up thy voice with singing 99 

Lift up your hearts to things above. . 557 

Lift your glad voices in triumph on h 87 

Lift your heads, ye friends of Jesus. . 104 

Light of life, seraphic fire 488 

Light of tho.'-e whose dreary dwelling 241 

Lo! God is here! let us adore 25 

Lo ! he comes with clouds descending 98 

Lo ! on a narrow neck of land 571 

Lo! round the throne, a glorious band 016 

Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious. . 97 

Lord, all I am is known to thee 4 

Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing, Bi 36 

Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing. Fill 37 

Lord, fill me with a humble fear. . . . 470 

Lord, from far-severed climes We com 711 

Lord God, the Holy Ghost 120 

Lord, how secure and blest are they. . 284 

Lord. I am thine, entirely thine 310 

Lord, I believe a rest remains. 348 

Lord, I believe thy every word 426 

Lord. I despair myself to heal 230 

Lord, I hear of showers of blessing.. 234 

Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear 679 

Lord, in the strength of grace 315 

Lord, keep my inmost heart 331 

Lord of all being! throned afar 50 

Lord of mercy, God of might 373 

Lord of the Sabbath, hear our vows.. 169 

Lord, speak to me that I may speak. . 395 

Lord, we are vile, conceived in sin.... 180 

Lord, we believe to us and ours 113 

Lord, w'e come before thee now 35 

Love divine, all loves excelling .383 

Lovers of pleasure more than God. . . . 260 

Low in the grave he lay — Jesus, my Sa 91 



• HYMM 

March on, O soul, with strength 411 

Master, I own thy lawful claim...... 328 

Men of God, go, take your stations. . 148 

'Mid scenes of confusion and creature 612 

Mine eyes have seen the glory of the c 703 

More love to thee, O Christ 314 

Mortals, awake, with angels join 63 

Mourn for the thousands slain 700 

My country, 'tis of thee 707 

My days are gliding swiftly by 302 

My faith looks up to thee 494 

My God and Father, while I stray... 499 

My God, I am thine; what a comfort 5.34 

My God, is any hour so sweet 465 

My God, my God, to thee I cry 2.58 

My God, my life, my love 533 

My God, my iw'rtion, and my love.... 16 

My God, the spring of all my joys . . . 524 

My gracious Lord, I own thy right .... 323 

My heavenly home is bright and fair. . 645 

My hope is built on nothing less 273 

My hope, my all, my Savior thou.... 468 

My Jesus, as thou wilt 500 

My Jesus, I love thee, I know thou art 529 

My latest sun is sinking fast 623 

My soul, be on thy guard 408 

Nearer, my God. to thee 495 

Never further than thy cross 441 

No need of the sun in that day 620 

None is like Jeshurun's God 368 

Not all the blood of beasts 83 

Not heaven's wide range of hallowed s 670 

Not now, but in the coming years.... 503 

Now I have found the ground wherein 269 

Now let my soul, eternal King 130 

Now, the sowing and the weeping.... 400 

O come, and dwell in me 371 

O come. Creator, Spirit blest 114 

O could I speak the matchless worth. . 72 

O day of I'est and gladness 174 

O do